1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 5, 2012 4:10 PM by Henric Cronström RSS

    In practice what is the maximum memory for an object?

    John-Paul Della Putta

      I have a straight table which is using over 20MB of RAM.

      Most of my objects are using well under 1 MB of RAM.

       

      I haven't been able to find any documentation on what's a safe value to have.

       

      I could set a calc. condition to limit the size of this straight table. This straight table uses a dimension lookup table to allow the user to select the number of dimensions displayed. So, I can put a limit to those.

        • Re: In practice what is the maximum memory for an object?
          Henric Cronström

          You should look at how much memory QlikView uses (in the task manager), and compare that with the availabe physical memory. QlikView needs physical memory and becomes very slow when it starts swapping. Further, you should look at the response time for the straight table. If both look OK, you have no reason to worry.

           

          20 MB is nothing. A single chart can temporarily use a very large part - maybe half - of the physical memory, without any problems.

           

          HIC