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Posted on 2014-09-22
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I have to create a 1GB xml file . .and the CENT OS was 1GB memory in the vmware. I incresased the memory to 2.5 in vmware for the box. Is that enough? HOw can I check?
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You really don't give enough information.

You are going to create a 1 Gb file using what application?  And how much disk space do you have free.

I suspect you have enough memory to do the task.  You probably won't have the whole 1 Gb file in memory as some of it will be paged to disk and called back to memory as it is used.
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XML parsers are very compact in their storage. e.g validate your xml with xmllint...
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