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m00 #90108 11/07/04 10:00 PM
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mem[Usage: 253/256MB (98.83%)

now whats wrong with this picture ?

is there simmiliar dll that gives REAL usage ?

Re: m00 #90109 11/07/04 10:07 PM
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I would like to hope that's just a bug with moo.dll, because if it isn't, you're heading for a crash.

Re: m00 #90110 11/07/04 10:11 PM
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it is ALWAYS bug in moo dll, it simply dont show real statistics !

Re: m00 #90111 11/07/04 11:42 PM
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Memory Usage: (Usage: 174/511MB (34.05%))
Client Version: (mIRC v6.16) MOO Version: (4.0.3 build 10) Script Version: (SystemInfo by C}{$ Version 1.3
Windows 2000 Pro SP3

I think you may have a bad moo.dll


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Re: m00 #90112 12/07/04 12:05 AM
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You might want to look at the moo.dll documentation and check that the alias you're using to get that result is using the correct functions.


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Re: m00 #90113 12/07/04 12:07 AM
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the swap file should take over when your RAM usage hits that. If you had 512mb ram and it showed max, then you should be worried, but ur fine.

moo.dll is spot on when i checked it on mine.

Re: m00 #90114 12/07/04 07:08 AM
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Depends what OS he is using as win 98 tends to use all it's memory even if most of it is just in drive buffer.