With the latest parameters of cash z8 (n=200, k=9), what is the theoretical (or practical) peak memory consumption in MB?

Or alternatively, how big does the hash table get (as in "how many hashes")?

With the latest parameters of cash z8 (n=200, k=9), what is the theoretical (or practical) peak memory consumption in MB?

Or alternatively, how big does the hash table get (as in "how many hashes")?

In practice, I see it use up to 700 MB per core in cycles of every 2 minutes or so. This will likely change in future.

When you say "will likely change in the future", do you mean that the parameters n=200 and k=9 are not fixed yet and might change or do you mean that because of optimisations we might see a different memory footprint?

I thought that n=200 and k=9 are fixed now.

I thought n=200 and k=9 were not fixed. I could easily be mistaken on that. If they are fixed then I think memory max will likely remain the same, but the sorting might change and the threading is supposed to change.