Memory/Resources problem with new version

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doug
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Re: Memory/Resources problem with new version

Post by doug » Fri May 02, 2014 3:04 pm

I also have Helium running out of resources.
First in reply to other posts the problem happens with version 2.4.0.2 and on an older machine with 2.3.9.8.
Machines have Explorer 11 under Win 7.
To duplicate my case you must have an account on strava.com but I see my problem is not unique. :)
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Basically top level index pages with 20 of a kind each of which is a link to a child page.
More entries are pointed to by a Next link.
Helium runs out of resources even before 20 child pages are retrieved - using "navigate each".
Briefly the child page is complex with a number of clickable items to change the views of data without changing the page's URL.
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This happens on two different top level index pages that point to the same type of child page.
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I can run a simple action on the top level that extracts all the URLs into a table. Successfully got all 2700 URLs.
When I get "a-round-to-it" I'll try to use the URLs to get second level data.

doug
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Re: Memory/Resources problem with new version

Post by doug » Fri May 02, 2014 7:23 pm

Navigate URls (see my post above) failed after 33 pages. Same lack of resources.

aclient
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Re: Memory/Resources problem with new version

Post by aclient » Fri Jul 04, 2014 2:58 pm

I'm getting the same issue. Also some sites don't even load completely. I think its time for an update.

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Memory/Resources problem with new version

Post by eleinorhor » Sun Sep 23, 2018 5:52 pm

There is the -no-db command line option to only store the database in memory:
Everything.exe -no-db

Note: Please make sure Everything is not running before using the -no-db command line option.
Note: Everything will reindex all your drives everytime you run it.

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