[GRASS-dev] r.watershed and swap memory
hmitaso at unity.ncsu.edu
Wed Mar 19 10:54:09 EDT 2008
Ivan - instead of using the small threshold that is killing it, if
you need just the stream network use arbitrarily large threshold and
derive your stream network from the accum file like this
or you can use abs(myaccum) instead of 1 if you need contributing
area for each stream cell.
(isn't this in the man page? I have been doing it that way for years)
On Mar 19, 2008, at 10:43 AM, ivan marchesini wrote:
> Hi Hamish...
> yes.. my threshold is really small (30 cells, because I need a very
> detailed stream network in output), and this can probably have a
> effect on the time of analysis...
> However I'm really surprised of your results with 170000000 of
> and 2 Gb of ram...!!
> really impressive...
> I have tried over two different computers (with 2 Gb of ram), but the
> result is the same... so I think that the problem is not on the
> of the ram or other similar thinks but on the dimension of the
> I will try with different resolution as soon as possible... but at the
> end I need this resolution because I have "cleaned" the dem with
> v.breach to obtain a hydrologically correct dem and now I must use
> dem to derive the drainage...
> Many thanks for your interest....
> Il giorno mar, 18/03/2008 alle 18.05 -0700, Hamish ha scritto:
>> e region slightly or
>> run with a slightly coarser resolution to see where the memory limit
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