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MySQL how to release memory used up by SELECT

I executed an INSERT IGNORE combined with SELECT from large table. The SELECT took up 16GB of memory and went into SWAP before I terminated it with CTRL+C. INSERT IGNORE INTO sid(sid) SELECT sid ...
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MySQL Cluster RAM requirement

From MySQL 5.1, the data doesn't need to be entirely in memory anymore. I've read that the indexed columns (I think the entire index structure) must still be in memory (MySQL High Availability, 2010, ...