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Old 02.08.2021, 18:19
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Those dialogs mean that you want to start JVM with more memory/heap that your system can provide. Virtual Memory/Swap does NOT increase your available System Memory.
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Old 02.08.2021, 19:26
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I was able to run JD2, but in 2 minutes JD2 error again. See this additional information.
I have 16GB + 4GB (20 GB) of physical memory installed in my system.
I turned off all other processes for the test.

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I have 20 GB of RAM but cannot use when
VM13GB / 20GB RAM = 0.65
Max. 65% = 13 GB RAM.
So somewhere that missing ~ 7GB is leaking Memory.(probaly, maybe..)

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Old 03.08.2021, 18:26
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@Student im ersten Jahr: I'm sorry but I don't understand what you are trying to tell me
Screenshot shows that Java is using max heap of 8GB and currently allocated 4,27GB of memory.
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Old 03.08.2021, 18:28
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I have 20 GB of RAM but cannot use when
VM13GB / 20GB RAM = 0.65
Max. 65% = 13 GB RAM.
So somewhere that missing ~ 7GB is leaking Memory.(probaly, maybe..)
No idea what you are talking about! VM13GB? what do you mean by that?
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Old 03.08.2021, 19:11
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A very well-known topic among users where "Mappedfile" and Stadby takes most RAM.
I just checked in RamMap and it turns out that Mappedfile consumes most RAM memory.
I did not change anything in the system, so I do not know why this problem now occurs?

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his will help me find the memory leak problem
memory-leak-where-did-my-memory

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Old 03.08.2021, 19:24
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MappedFile = applications that memory map files. JDownloader doesn't use memory mapped files.
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Old 03.08.2021, 23:02
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JDownloader doesn't use memory mapped files.
Look: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

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Jdownloader it's Java. It is obvious that the bug is with Java, but JDownloader is related to it.
But let's leave it at that. I have a small program. I haven't used it for a long time, but I checked the system status and it turned out that for some reason, I was turned on again this tweak..
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"Always Keep Windows Kernel In Memory".


I turned this feature off again. We'll see...
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Old 04.08.2021, 12:34
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The Windows kernel memory manager component manages the physical memory of the operating system.
Disabling this function meant that messages that indicated the problem with exhausting computer resources have stopped appearing. And all the more problems with the exhaustion of physical or virtual memory - officially solved.
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Old 04.08.2021, 13:08
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@Student im ersten Jahr: JDownloader doesn't use memory mapped files. Yes, Java does support them, but they are not used in JDownloader.
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Old 04.08.2021, 13:09
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The Windows kernel memory manager component manages the physical memory of the operating system.
Disabling this function meant that messages that indicated the problem with exhausting computer resources have stopped appearing. And all the more problems with the exhaustion of physical or virtual memory - officially solved.
thanks for the feedback!
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