Lexique full?

Richard Durbin rd at sanger.ac.uk
Tue May 20 04:31:49 EST 2003


Ah, sorry, this is really a hard limit in the current ACEDB code.  We 
use 32 bits for a key for an object, 8 bits for the class and 24 for the 
index of an object in the class.  It would be a very major restructuring 
to change this.  You'll have to rethink your design I am afraid, or 
rewrite the acedb kernel from the ground up.

Richard

Steve Gaarder wrote:
> I'm attempting to load a very large amount of data (medline) into ACEDB,
> and got the message "Lexique 84 full: now 16777215 keys".  This means that
> I can have only 2^24 instances of any one object, correct?  I see, in
> lexsubs4.c, a #define called MAXLEX that ppears to set this limit.  What,
> if anything, needs to be done to increase this limit besides changing this
> #define?
> 
> thanks in advance,
> 
> Steve Gaarder
> Gene Network Sciences
> gaarder at lightlink.com
> 
> 





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