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  • My Dreambot clients in Linux keep crashing


    MavericKing
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    The Dreambot clients crash after running a few hours. They seem to be using more ram than set. I usually set them as 512MB but in the task manager it shows them using up to 900MB RSS. It doesn't matter what script I use.

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    The Dreambot clients crash after running a few hours. They seem to be using more ram than set. I usually set them as 512MB but in the task manager it shows them using up to 900MB RSS. It doesn't matter what script I use.

    if the script ur usign requires more ram it will use more ram wether u put ur ram at 512 or 1024, it will use the power needed to run

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    if the script ur usign requires more ram it will use more ram wether u put ur ram at 512 or 1024, it will use the power needed to run

    I tried giving each client more memory. Since they were using 900MB previously I gave them 1024MB but now they are taking up even more memory and the client still crash after a few hours.

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