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Sebastian KruseSubject: Maximum XML-File size?
Author: Sebastian Kruse
Date: 06 Oct 2004 06:09 AM
Hello,

I just wondered, is Stylus Studio 6 (Prof. Edit.) capable of handling XML-Files with a size of 80-200 MB or bigger?

What kind of system would you recommend for files at these sizes?

My current system specs are:
P3 - 1GHz
512 MB RAM
40 GB HDD

Any kind of information would be very helpful!

Thanks in advance
Sebastian

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: Maximum XML-File size?
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 06 Oct 2004 06:46 PM
Hi Sebastian,

At 06.11 06/10/2004 -0400, stylus-studio-tech Listmanager wrote:
>I just wondered, is Stylus Studio 6 (Prof. Edit.) capable of handling
>XML-Files with a size of 80-200 MB or bigger?
>
>What kind of system would you recommend for files at these sizes?
>
>My current system specs are:
>P3 - 1GHz
>512 MB RAM
>40 GB HDD
>
>Any kind of information would be very helpful!

As a general rule, it depends on what you need to do with such a file: just
editing, querying or processing using XSLT/XQuery.
To give you some raw numbers, I opened inside Stylus 6.0 a 115Mb file on a
computer very similar to yours (P3 1.2 GHz, 512 Mb RAM, 1Gb swap file, 40Gb
HDD) and it needed 470Mb of memory, plus 230Mb of hard disk space to store
the Unicode version of the input file. Switching from the text view to the
tree view required 20Mb more.
Performances were fine; I guess a 200Mb XML file will probably need 1Gb of
RAM, or the computer will be busy for a long time just swapping memory
to/from the hard disk.

Hope this helps,
Alberto


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Sebastian KruseSubject: Re: Maximum XML-File size?
Author: Sebastian Kruse
Date: 07 Oct 2004 02:54 AM
Hi Alberto,

thank you for your explanation, it's been very helpful to me.

Sebastian

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Peter RobertsSubject: Re: Maximum XML-File size?
Author: Peter Roberts
Date: 23 May 2007 10:11 PM
Hello Alberto (if you are still there)

I cannot get my 470 MB XML file to open within Stylus Studio 6 (Release 2) XML Enterprise Edition. The file name appears in the new tab, but then nothing further happens. CPU usage by the Struzzo.exe becomes zero, though Mem Usage slowly rose to 53,916 K from the initial 'empty' value of 40,024 K.

My machine specs are:

CPU = 2.8 MHz Pentium 4
RAM = 2 GB (1.56 physical free, 4.53 GB virtual free)
HDD = 7.95 GB free capacity
OS = Windows XP Professional, SP2

Is this enough information to make a call, or do you need more details?

Cheers,

Perc

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: Maximum XML-File size?
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 24 May 2007 03:21 AM
Hi Peter,
470Mb is way too much for Stylus 6.0; but the good news is that the latest version, Stylus Studio 2007 r2, is able to open files up to 1Gb.
Download a trial copy, and then do the upgrade ;-)

Alberto

 
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