[OS X TeX] crashing

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Jul 21 14:06:18 EDT 2006

On Jul 21, 2006, at 1:49 PM, George Gratzer wrote:

> Interesting, it seems to go up about a 1 MB per typesetting.

Seems to vary by the job.

w/ a minimal document:

$6 \times 9$

I see it go up by ~.05MB per typesetting for that.

Another job (that journal I've been working on) gains ~10MB per  
typesetting run.

> So I should quit before it is too high? What is too high?

Yes to the first (I don't get to work in TeX for extended periods of  
time which is probably why my crash rate is so low). Probably ``too  
high'' is some value relative to available memory --- what that  
relation would be is a good question.


William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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