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Old 02-10-2010, 11:49 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by javijevi View Post
Maybe this is not true, since I have a 250,000 reads fastq file producing the memory corruption error, whereas the two 125,000 reads fastq files obtained by splitting it did not cause the error. Strange, very strange...
Very strange indeed. Could you post the amount of RAM available, the full command used, the Operating System you are using? Also, if you post the reference and reads as well as the indexes you used, I can try to reproduce/debug.

Hopefully we can figure this out!

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