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NANY 2014 Release: Process Piglet

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J-Mac:
Doesn’t help, mouser.

Firefox, being a browser, takes at least that much time to fully load up all tabs that are open at the time it is started. As you open more tabs, or start a Flash video in a tab, etc., the memory will naturally increase. Mem usage will continue to fluctuate as you open and close tabs. If there isn't a way to have the memory average be dynamic - or allow it to be set manually, then Piglet is going to be of little or no use with regard to the memory used by browsers.

Jim

mouser:
what ideally would you like Process Piglet to do about it?  you can exclude it from monitoring -- but short of that what would you want it to do?

J-Mac:
Manually set a higher limit? If nothing at all, then I don’t think it will be working correctly with most tabbed browsers.

Just my opinion... Don’t have a cow, man!

Jim

mouser:
A higher limit to what?

J-Mac:
A higher limit to what?
-mouser (May 20, 2014, 01:05 AM)
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Never mind. Not a problem for me anymore.

Thank you.

Jim

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