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  • [TBC] Memory leak?


    Matenia
    • Product: WRobot General Type: Bug Status: Unconfirmed

    In TBC, it seems after a while wRobot just jumps to 15-30% CPU usage per instance. Only a full restart of wRobot solves this. I have tried with and without my plugin. 
    I don't really understand why this happens, but on vanilla everything is fine.


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    Hello, in tbc all items seems to be keep in memory (in the objectmanager), when you go to big city (with a lot of players and a lot of items (equipped)) or after few hours you can get bigger CPU usages.

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    1 hour ago, Droidz said:

    Hello, in tbc all items seems to be keep in memory (in the objectmanager), when you go to big city (with a lot of players and a lot of items (equipped)) or after few hours you can get bigger CPU usages.

    Is there any way I can trigger a clean on the WoW ObjectManager? A /run ReloadUI() ingame does not work, unfortunately.

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    Change continent (dead? logout?) seem to clean objectmanager.

    Can you try with the new update and tell me if this change something about CPU usage.

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    Tested the update. It gets to 15% CPU (maybe more if I let it run longer).
    Is there maybe some bug in TBC version? I cannot really imagine vanilla and wotlk objectmanager working so differently from TBC.

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    I'm seeing this as well, although it's on the Vanilla client so not sure if related:

    Also using Quester product (FNV's logic).

    The CPU spike occurs when first logging into the product (License Keys Management Login), where it goes from ~4-5% CPU to 15-18%, even without running the actual quester code.
    Logs don't show any errors being thrown at this time

    highcpu.png

     

    Edit: Logs now showing this error:

     

    [E] 13:41:31 - GetReqWithAuthHeader(string url, String userName, String userPassword): System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.
       at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()
       at robotManager.Helpful.Others.GetReqWithAuthHeader(String url, String userName, String userPassword, String othersValue)
    [E] 13:41:40 - GetReqWithAuthHeader(string url, String userName, String userPassword): System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.
       at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()
       at robotManager.Helpful.Others.GetReqWithAuthHeader(String url, String userName, String userPassword, String othersValue)

     

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    On 7/10/2018 at 7:25 PM, Matenia said:

    Tested the update. It gets to 15% CPU (maybe more if I let it run longer).
    Is there maybe some bug in TBC version? I cannot really imagine vanilla and wotlk objectmanager working so differently from TBC.

    This problem is only in TBC, I ignore if it is server or client bug, and I ignore how to fix that

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    On 7/12/2018 at 8:22 PM, Droidz said:

    This problem is only in TBC, I ignore if it is server or client bug, and I ignore how to fix that

    So, what we should do now? Botting with 3 bot or writting addon what will restart wow every 30 min? 

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