|Apr 5, 2013, 01:24 AM||#1|
Can't find the script for purge command timer!
I remember finding a bit of code floating on one of the apple forums but I can't find it after days of scouring google.
My initial problem was the inactive RAM was getting too high. I wanted to have the RAM purged periodically. I found a script that did just that, and had a value section where I can enter the time in milliseconds.
I have it now set to 21,600ms which is 6 hours. So my computer automatically purges the ram every 6 hours. But now I need to remove the code because it interferes with my music production workflow and freezes the computer for a few seconds which could be detrimental to a live set.
Please if anyone knows what I am talking about or remember where this specific code is, let me know.
Its almost as if the person who published the code, decided to delete the post or something because I tried typing in main key words in search queries and still nothing comes up.
|Apr 5, 2013, 05:45 AM||#2|
OS X is designed to use lots of your RAM for Inactive Memory.
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Last edited by benwiggy; Apr 5, 2013 at 10:02 AM.
|Apr 5, 2013, 11:25 AM||#3|
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