Re: History.dat files
- That was an interesting comment about the virtual memory. It just so
happens that a couple of days ago I got a message that the computer
was going to increase the size of my virtual memory. It said
something about some programs that were running may have an problem
while it was increasing the size. Just so happened to be a day when
I was "multi-tasking" so to speak. I think it was the day I was
working on some problems with my webcam.
Now I am curious about this virtual memory, my computer seems to be
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> About 3123K (just over 3 megabytes) and 56519 data points here so
> It will be interesting to see how large of a file it can handle.
> My guess is that keeping the file size under the phsyical memory
> would be best. Once the OS starts using virtual memory, it will bevery
> very slow.which
> --- In email@example.com, "steve_03222"
> <steve_03222@> wrote:
> > Just checked my new History.DAT files that is created by WUHU.
> > IT has been sending data now for 4 days now. 18,854 data points
> > is just over 1.0MB. Not too bad, at that rate it will be about7.5 MB
> > a Month, 90 MB a year.you
> > I noticed some nice features in the graphing like comparison. If
> > want to take full advantage of the comparisons I would think youyou
> > want to keep it all in one file.
> > Just kinda thinking as I write.
> > Those of you who have been using the 36XX software, how long do
> > keep the data file and how have you been using the data?that
> > I mentioned that it looked alot like HWR, well I just read that
> > is what is used in this software. Imagine that.
> > Steve