Ticket #1220 (closed defect: wontfix)
Error when creating vector(areas) from raster
|Reported by:||toyzerocha1980||Owned by:||grass-dev@…|
|Keywords:||wingrass, memory, r.to.vect||Cc:|
I'm trying to create a vector (areas) from a big LandUSe/LandCover map with a lot of small patterns so, I believe that I have a lot of polygons I'm using this expression: r.to.vect -v input=map output=test02 feature=area
And I get this error: Extracting areas... Building topology for vector map <test02>... Registering primitives...
820000ERROR: G_realloc: unable to allocate 9900000 bytes at cindex.c:108
A few days ago, with other image I have obtained almost tghe same error but a bit different: ERROR: G_realloc: unable to allocate 33760000 bytes at areas.c:678
My Region is defined as: projection: 99 (Transverse Mercator) zone: 0 datum: etrs89 ellipsoid: grs80 north: -4772.159565 south: -300404.804 west: -28364.80083451 east: 105242.8746 nsres: 30.00128318 ewres: 29.99723292 rows: 9854 cols: 4454 cells: 43889716
I'm going to try in Linux and I wil reply on this right next.