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Re: Cannot map memory to address

Ricardo Aler Mur <aler@inf.uc3m.es> writes:

> Does anybody know what's the behaviour of clisp when you get something
> like (it happens when swap memory has been exhausted):
> Cannot map memory to address 0x34A00000 . errno = EWOULDBLOCK: Operation
> would block.

If this occurs, clisp will start a garbage collection, to make room
itself instead of borrowing memory from the system.