This bug was filed from the crash reporting server and is br-e60645b9-6ed9-4a0f-8b41-a22b1ef38f96.
Bei der Speicherung einer ca. 230MB großen CSV-Datei in das Excel 2013-Format kam es zu einer Fehlermeldung, dessen Wortlaut ich mir leider nicht gemerkt habe... :-(
en (google translator :-/):
When you save an approx. 230MB large CSV file in the Excel 2013 format, it occurs an error message, whose wording I unfortunately didn't notice... :-(
Most likely you'll get an out of memory error.
std::bad_alloc + thread results in a crash so I suppose this is nothing we can fix.
With 8GB RAM on a Win 7 Prof. 64bit system is a "out of memory" message hard to notice... btw: After the long time, the correct csv import takes >.<, M$ Excel 2013 did the job properly. But I don't like M$ Office... -.-
The csv files were deleted after convertion, so further tests are not simple to realize.
If you have Microsoft Office, and it works, use it. We don't mind.
...but LibreOffice is my favorite office suite. Not only because the csv import is much easier than in M$ Excel. If it was my own private PC, there was neither M$ Office nor Windows installed...
Btw: The linux version semms to have the same problem.
Please attach similar 230MB CSV file. I would like to check if such problem could be reproduced with such big file.
Created attachment 128081 [details]
Random value CSV file ~237MB (unpacked)
Test file with random data
Dup of bug 84246 ?
Yes, it seems to be a dup of the mentioned issue. But a simple search could not find it (keywords?). Thank you for your help and sorry for the dup.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 84246 ***