- Procedure IdentifierMemoryStatistics(IdentSet, OutputFileName, AppendMode, MarkerText, ShowLeaksOnly, ShowTotals, ShowSinceLastDump, ShowMemPeak, ShowSmallBlockUsage, doAggregate)¶
With the procedure
IdentifierMemoryStatistics you can obtain a
report containing the statistics collected by AIMMS’ memory manager for
a single or multiple high dimensional identifiers.
IdentifierMemoryStatistics( IdentSet, ! (input) a set of identifiers OutputFileName, ! (input) scalar string expression AppendMode, ! (optional, default 0) scalar numerical expression MarkerText ! (optional) scalar string expression ShowLeaksOnly ! (optional) scalar expression ShowTotals ! (optional) scalar expression ShowSinceLastDump ! (optional) scalar expression ShowMemPeak ! (optional) scalar expression ShowSmallBlockUsage ! (optional) scalar expression doAggregate ! (optional, default 0) scalar expression )
A subset of
AllIdentifierswhose memory statistics are to be reported.
A string expression holding the name of the file to which the statistics must be written.
An 0-1 value indicating whether the file must be overwritten or whether the statistics must be appended to an existing file.
A string printed at the top of the memory statistics report.
A 0-1 value that is only used internally by AIMMS. The value specified doesn’t influence the memory statistics report.
A 0-1 value indicating whether the report should include detailed information about the total memory use in AIMMS’ own memory management system until the moment of calling
A 0-1 value indicating whether the report should include basic and detailed information about the memory use in AIMMS’ own memory management system since the previous call to
A 0-1 value indicating whether the report should include detailed information about the memory use in AIMMS’ own memory management system, when the memory consumption was at its peak level prior to calling
A 0-1 value indicating whether the detailed information about the
MemoryStatisticsmemory use in AIMMS’ own memory management system is included at all in the memory statistics report. Setting this value to 0 results in a report with only the most basic statistical information about the memory use.
A 0-1 value (default 0) indicating whether a single aggregated report is to be presented or multiple individual reports.
The procedure returns 1 on success, or 0 otherwise.
The procedure prints a report of the statistics collected by AIMMS’ memory manager since the last call to
AIMMS will only collect memory statistics if the option