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Author rhettinger
Recipients Dennis Sweeney, Henry Carscadden, rhettinger, tim.peters
Date 2020-04-10.10:27:12
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> when I moved to testing on non-trivial graphs, I immediately had 
> Out of Memory Errors.

I'm going to hazard a guess that the input to product() was a graph traversal iterator that got trapped in an undetected cycle.  Feeding an infinite iterator into product() would eat all available memory, just as it would with list().
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