TF needs more than 16GB RAM

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  • #21017
    Kursbuchstrecke
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    Helloy guys,

    I actually have a huge Problem: I never had this before but for any reason TF fullfills all my RAM (16GB) and crashes caused by this. I have no idea why and it never had done this before.

    I am actually playing a savegame started in 1850. The problems began roundabout the 1930s. I use mods (on my rails are only modded trains).

    I hope you can help me

    regards, Alexander

    #21022
    Tom
    Keymaster

    Hello Alexander!

    It would be quite easy to just blame the mods you have installed, but I have to point out that I very rarely saw Train Fever using such amounts of memory without any mods.

    To double check: Would it be possible for you, to play a mod free game and see if the behavior changes?

    Also it would be worth having a look at the mods which trigger around the mentioned timeframe and try without them.

    Best regards,
    Tom

    #21029
    Kursbuchstrecke
    Participant

    So I just activated the pagefile again (deactivated it to have more space on HDD), this solved the problem.

    The amount of mods could be a part of the problem, but I think in another way than maybe thought: Cause of the amount of mods I have very much different vehicles wich comes in different years. So I will replace all my trains with newer ones. Cause of the amount of new vehicles I replace more often than I would do without mods (sometimes just to bring the train in a new era (from prussia to DRG for example)). When I start in 1850 I have 150 years full of new vehicles, while I started all my older games in 1950 where i only have about 50 years of new vehicles. This means, when i start from 1850 I would replace more often than from 1950.

    What i wanted to say is: I think that the replacement function needs such a huge amount of RAM. So the mods are the source of the Problem, but not the Problem itself.

    regards Alexander

    #21032
    Tom
    Keymaster

    Good to hear that it at least works again. Even if I imagine swapping to the HDD will eat up some performance.

    I see your point about the replacement! I will take a note and bring it up in the next meeting to check with the programmers.

    Best regards,
    Tom

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