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I noticed that memory usage hit 100%. Looking at a graph in my sidebar CPU meter app, looks like it went up to 100% slowly. I noticed some slowdowns.
There wasn't anything in the task manager to justify the memory usage.
However, I was transferring a 17GB file between my computer and my dad's at the same time.

Network transfer = memory leaks?
post #2 of 9
Had this same issue earlier.... Transferring 7.6GB's from my FreeNAS to my sig rig...
For some reason, Firefox was the one eating up my RAM. Almost 1.3GB's. That was with two tabs open that was non-related to anything but OCN and were sitting idle... ><
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I noticed that memory usage hit 100%. Looking at a graph in my sidebar CPU meter app, looks like it went up to 100% slowly. I noticed some slowdowns.
There wasn't anything in the task manager to justify the memory usage.
However, I was transferring a 17GB file between my computer and my dad's at the same time.

Network transfer = memory leaks?
Don't look at some graphic.... go to Resource Monitor and see what process is the issue.
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post #4 of 9
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Was looking at resource monitor and task manager... the issue wasn't a visible process. Yes, with administrative privileges.
Firefox wasn't leaking.
post #5 of 9
17gb is alot to transfer, windows will try to keep it in the memory so itr does not slowdown the transfer process, if you on a 10/100 network it will eat alot of ram.
post #6 of 9
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I see. It's a gigabit controller/router but the other computer is limited to 100MB/s, something I hope to fix soon with new hardware.
Thanks!
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100MB/s
its 100Mb/s as in Megabits, or 12.5MegaBytes per second.
gigabit is 128MB/s
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I know that of course.... pretty slow actually
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first chance i get im putting a fiber network in, i already got a crash course on how to terminate the fiber lines from my uncle who works for verizon.
should be interesting.
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