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As with others, I'm going to have to ask 'why'. We need the 'why' to give you a good solution.

If we take the premise that you 'just need to', then the solution is to get a machine with 10G of memory on it and then you won't get that error. The error of running out of system memory isn't perl specific. You'd get that error in C or any other language. You've hit a physical limit.

If it turns out that you really don't NEED to have it all slammed into memory at once and passed around, you have other options as people have pointed out. Passing file handles is a good solution. Another good solution is to use Sys::Mmap; to memory map your file. You can also use PerlIO with the :mmap tag. At any rate, give us some more info and we can provide a solution to the problem, even if it's one you wont' like. :)

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In reply to Re: Reading huge file content by KurtSchwind
in thread Reading huge file content by siva kumar

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