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Clear Research Memory


is there a way to clear the research memory?

I checked them all, I have 0 notebooks running, but still my research memory meter is at 56%. So one notebook with a sightly larger pipeline keeps crashing. The gc package in python is not working.

How can I force to clear those 56%?

2 responses

Hi Jonny,

You can navigate to the research home page, check off all of the notebooks which are green, and then hit the stop button to the left of the research memory meter at the top. This will shut down all notebooks which you select.


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Thanks Matthew, it works.