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  1. Hello, I have lately run into a problem of insufficient memory. Basicallly the controller is ever running and i generate data and store it in .tdms file every x sec. and every shift (3 shifts in a day) i ftp the file to the host and delete the file. During accumalation of the data the ram continuosly decreases(contiguous memory also decreases as i have a lot of array manupilations and such). I want to recover this contiguous memory at the end of the shift so that the next shift runs smoothly. this is observed because i saw lot of inconsistency in the data file. Is there a vi which will free up ram and defragment it?. I cannot use preallocated array because i dont know before hand how many data points i need to store. the data that will be put is in variable time. Thanks in advance.
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