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Old 01-16-2020, 11:22 PM
dankin dankin is offline
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Default Re: 2019.12 Discussion

Is anybody getting a "PT is running low on RAM" message? It seems to only happen if PT has been open for a while, or if I've opened several sessions without rebooting PT. It seems to happen more in sessions that have VI's, but I've also seen it in sessions that had no VI's, but again only after the session had been open for a few hours. Also, I'm running on 10.12.6 which I know is not officially supported but it's running great other wise. I have disk cache turned off, so it wouldn't be that. Possibly could be a plugin, haven't seen that before 2019.12. Seems like a memory leak.
2018.3 HD, MacPro 5.1 12core 3.46, 24gig ram, OS 10.12.6, 2014 MPB 2.8, OS 10.12.6
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