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Windows VPS - RAM issues Any ideas?

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  1. erichon

    erichon Regular Member

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    Hi Everybody,

    I am running a Windows VPS 2 cores 4GB RAM. I use Tsupremacy to tweet. I schedule about 60 000 tweets a day but I only get out about 20 000. When I check Resource Monitor the Ram gets full over the day and - as I suppose - slows down the bot. Can anybody verify this, or is it an issue of the software or the VPS? If it is the RAM, is there anything I could do?

    thx
     
  2. Nut-Nights

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    Try upgarding VPS or Go with dedi server.
     
  3. erichon

    erichon Regular Member

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    Anybody tried sharkservers?
     
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    Checkout Hoststage (a BHW member). I have some products with him, and he's great; and well priced, too.
     
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    It can be a memory leak from the software and not a RAM issue
    VPS normally don't share ram
     
  6. erichon

    erichon Regular Member

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    Is there any way to solve this or is it a software failure?
     
  7. fatboy

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    My money is on it being a memory leak in the code as well - a VPS with 4Gb of RAM should be able to handle most apps you throw at it. The only person who will be able to check and work on it is the developer. If the memory usage grows over time then that is pointing at a leak somewhere.
     
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    You can probably code something small to close and re-launch your software, this should solve your problem. If the app has memory leak that is. So, instead of running it for 12 hours straight, relaunch it say every 2 hours; just a workaround, but better than buying another server and face the same issues.
     
  9. erichon

    erichon Regular Member

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    Yes this is happening. When I relaunch it, it works fine for a while, but slows done later. Did not think Tsupremacy would have such issues. Do you know about tweetattacks? Any such problems?

    thx