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MONITOR IPC problem with P3Dv4

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This is what I get in the title bar :

MONITOR IPC:024C(S32)=0

is it something still not implementing for P3Dv4 ???

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J J Gómez Prieto

IVAO 142928

 

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Hi,

there is no need to display the available memory in P3Dv4 because of its 64-bit addressing, you will have more RAM installed than P3Dv4 will ever use with even heavy add-ons.

In theory 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 byte (2^64 - 1), no need to display really.

Thomas

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Really a great quantity of Gb Thomas ..... but I think that what MONITOR IPC:024C(S32) shows is how much of the installed memory is still available every moment and not how much memory P3Dv4-64 bits is able for manage ..... is not ??

If I have installed 8 Gb memory ..... I should like to know every moment how much is still available and take the decision of install or not more RAM

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J J Gómez Prieto

IVAO 142928

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2 minutes ago, beatic said:

but I think that what MONITOR IPC:024C(S32) shows is how much of the installed memory is still available

That is not what the offset is designated for. It was for VAS -- Virtual Address Space -- not actual memory! That would be something else altogether.

I might consider adding another offset which provides the memory space currently used by P3D4 (which can exceed actual memory), but I'd need to investigare that and I really have no time at present. Ask again in about a month.

Oh, and 8Gb is not enough if you plan to add much in the way of add-ons. Performance will start dropping off it it has to use paging to disk.

Pete

 

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OK Pete ..... I had not understand correctly this offset function ....... I know you are very very busy in this moment and surely the next weeks ...... no problem I'll ask again when things became more normal

For the moment I am going to install more RAM

 

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J J Gómez Prieto

IVAO 142928

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