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 Posted: Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 01:44 pm
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Hi.

I'm back at Datalab d.d. company which uses Sisulizer product and my last issues at year 2014 have been about Sisulizer RAM consumption.

We have very very large projects with many languages which are already spllited among many Sisulizer projects to avoid this issue.
Some singular executables are reaching 4GB RAM limit. When we add new languages we are in dead end, without coding our custom tools to "cleanup unneeded xml data" which is not our goal.

So, I'm repeating my question from Wed Sep 11th, 2013 09:57 pm :).

Do you have any short term plans to move to 64-bit compiler to produce x64-bit Sisulizer or to optimize runtime of Sisulizer?

Thanks,
Leander

Last edited on Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 01:46 pm by leodat

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 Posted: Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 02:50 pm
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What do you mean "cleanup unneeded xml data". It seems that you have some unneeded data in your Sisulizer file. Most likely these are image or binary resources that the EXE contains. Do you need to localize them. If not you could try to exclude image and/or binary resources from your sources. That would make SLP a lot smaller and also make Sisulizer's memory consumption a lot smaller.

If you send us one sample SLP file I will look at that and figure out how to optimize it.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 03:17 pm
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Hi Ilkka.

No there is no images and similar. But we don't need in any case position and size attributes. And if we exclude them they are still in project and loading whole Sisulizer XML (SLP) to the RAM is that way more memory consuming. So imagine that we strip project with our custom tool to build localized executables and merge them back on scan. This is my point about uneeded xml data.

But nevertheless, our main problem is memory, even if we do some optimization. Our executables and build chain is not really ready to split them to dll's.

So, I really want to know do you have any problems or any other reason to not compile one version of Sisulizer as x64 bit application?
This should not be a big problem in normal circumstances.

Thanks,
Leander

Last edited on Fri Jun 3rd, 2016 08:28 am by leodat

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 Posted: Wed Jun 15th, 2016 11:08 am
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Hi Ilkka.

Is there any news regarding to my question from Sisulizer side?
How to handle very large binary (160 MB) which produces very big Sisulizer XML project and brings Sisulizer almost on its knees (4 GB RAM limit)?

P.S.: We do not have option to split our exe yet.

Thanks,
Leander

Last edited on Wed Jun 15th, 2016 11:08 am by leodat

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