The loop that iterates through the history file is fairly tight, and will cause Tcl to spin for a while if the file is very large. You could add a pause of half a second per field to make sure the thread yields. Of course, this could also have an impact on maxrun. You'll likely want to increase maxrun, too. You can start with 60 seconds and work up from there until the script no longer aborts.
To add a pause in that loop, insert the following after the set txload_total [ expr $txload_total + $txload ] line:
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