[islandlabs] Farmingdale Today

Eric Paniagua eric.paniagua
Wed Jan 29 16:04:43 EST 2014


I have a server in my basement with 64G of RAM, or a laptop with 32G.  Make
that two servers with 64G.

I haven't been feeling great today, so I don't know if I'll make it, but
perhaps I can offer time on my hardware.
On Jan 29, 2014 3:59 PM, "Chris Knadle" <Chris.Knadle at coredump.us> wrote:

> On Wednesday, January 29, 2014 20:20:54 Burns, William wrote:
> > See you guys at Farmingdale today.
>
> I'm upstate, so I won't be there.
>
> > To try to do matlab work on the repeater/transmitter/beacon recording.
>
> Which reminds me, I told Jim I'd put the previous (big) recording on my FTP
> server.  I put it here:
>
>    ftp://ftp.coredump.us/Island-Labs/
>
> > Initial problem: the recording is too large for matlab to read into
> memory.
> > (on the one linux laptop it was tried on) Backup plan to work on
> > multifrequency audio synthesis on an Arduino. (am I forgetting anything?)
>
> I've loaded GNU Octave on my dad's computer that has 16 GB of RAM, and gave
> him warning that I'd be trying to use his computer to do some analysis
> soon.
>
> We tried it with my laptop that has 4 GB of RAM, and after about 2 hours it
> was still grinding just trying to load the 865 MB file -- Octave used 3.16
> GB
> of RAM trying to do so, so I take it that the file "expands" by quite a bit
> when Octave tries to load it.
>
> IMHO the biggest trouble we've got right now is we don't have a known
> method
> of analyzing this file once it's loaded in Octave.  I've got a bunch of
> pages
> that give tantalizing hints, but they end up being confusing at the same
> time.
>
>   -- Chris
>
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> Chris Knadle
> Chris.Knadle at coredump.us
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