Can't complete large job on a huge memory machine

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I have tried this very large data set of 1,788 images
Link to images:

Link to task output:

My docker setup:
CPU: 15
Memory: 200 GB
Swap: 3584
Disk image max size: 160GB

My machine is HP DL380G7 with dual Xeon 5630 with 256GB of Ram with 160 GB left in Harddisk Space

My last attempt
[INFO] Running dense reconstruction. This might take a while. Please be patient, the process is not dead or hung.
[INFO] Process is running
[INFO] running /code/SuperBuild/src/elibs/mve/apps/dmrecon/dmrecon -s3 --progress=silent --local-neighbors=2 “/var/www/data/f08279fc-f974-4e72-b17e-5b58e091bad3/mve”
MVE Depth Map Reconstruction (built on Jul 31 2019, 14:30:46)
Initializing scene with 1454 views…
Initialized 1454 views (max ID is 1787), took 159ms.
Reading Photosynther file (1788 cameras, 672415 features)…
Reconstructing all views…

My only setting was only Options: dsm: true
picture are not compress nor their is no use of fast orthro

And I have seen no change in the console windows for at least 5 hours, is their any wrong ot it is a normal process?

Thank you.

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YES. Succeeded It took very long time indeed. Thanks piero.