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[java-nlp-user] CoreNLP on linux

Ayah Magdy ayah_elmaghraby at yahoo.com
Sun May 8 08:52:19 PDT 2011


Thanks, :)
After output serialization... and checking out the memory that was actually 
given to the program by eclipse... it worked on linux & windows 32 bit 
systems... :D
Thanks again...
Ayah



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From: Christopher Manning <manning at stanford.edu>
To: Ayah Magdy <ayah_elmaghraby at yahoo.com>
Cc: java-nlp-user at lists.stanford.edu
Sent: Sun, May 8, 2011 1:43:29 AM
Subject: Re: [java-nlp-user] CoreNLP on linux

Neither John nor I use Eclipse, so there must be better people to ask, but I 
think you're going wrong right at the beginning with the below configuration.

This is configuring how much memory you give to Eclipse.  Giving eclipse a lot 
of memory is only making any memory problems you have worse.

You need to work out how to give a lot of memory to a program that Eclipse 
runs.  Launched applications are run in a separate JVM by Eclipse.  (AFAIK.)

Chris.


On Apr 24, 2011, at 9:18 AM, Ayah Magdy wrote:

> i tried to use the coreNLP on ubuntu 9.10 32 bit using eclipse.. i changed the 
>ini of eclipse with parameters to extend the heapsize min: 2000m & max: 2300M  
>and still gives me the same error that heap size isnt enough 
>
> i am using the code posted on the website & the sentence "Stanford University 
>is a great university. It is located in California"
> according to the website a 32 bit system needs 1800 M it is not working...? 
> These are the parameters in the eclipse.ini
> -vmargs
> -Xms2000m
> -Xmx2300m
> am using the normal JVM shall i try Jrockit? could u give me a number for the 
>size of the heap??
> Is there a solution to get the core running?
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