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    I have been running genomeCoverageBed from my command line for months now. it works fine. I have about 17GB of available RAM and plenty of hard drive space. All of a sudden, it started to throw the std bad alloc error. Any ideas what that could be about?

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    Try a memory check and file system check. These "all of a sudden" errors can point to file corruption issues.

    Has the program (or compter system) been updated recently?

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    • #3
      Run "top" command at the same time in another window. If memory usage of running process approaches near 100%, that's your problem.

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