Usage Note 35312: What is the largest table size that JMP® can handle?
Beginning with JMP® Version 7, all limitations on table sizes have been relaxed, so that you are now basically only limited by your operating system and your computer’s RAM. On Windows, the limit for the 32-bit version of JMP® is the lesser of available RAM/virtual memory or the 2 Gigabyte process limit.
The internal limit to the number of a data table rows and columns is defined by a 32-bit integer. The largest positive value of a signed 32-bit integer is +2,147,483,647. Remember, however, that all of the data table is held in memory, so memory capacity is the real limitation on data table size, and with extremely large files, computational time for analysis may be a practical limitation for using them.
Operating System and Release Information
|Product Family||Product||System||SAS Release|
|JMP Software||JMP software||Microsoft® Windows® for x64|
|Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition|
|Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|Linux for x64|
|Date Modified:||2009-12-11 13:27:51|
|Date Created:||2009-03-25 14:20:25|