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Ways to determine what is writing so much to the heap.


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Hey there, I am running a modded install that according to Memgraph with 10 flights is pounding the heap with 450,000K/second.(not typo, half a gig heap increase per second)   I obviously can only run the game in any fashion using the increased heap sizes as the garbage collection runs constantly,  but I was wondering if anyone had an idea how to figure out which mod is generating so much extra data.     Can someone give me some pointers or places to look?   Removing the mods obviously removes my ships so it makes testing much harder.  Is there a debug tool that can look per mod? (probably not but thought I would ask)
            "name": "UbioWeldContinued"
             "name": "UniversalStorage"
            "name": "CommunityCategoryKit"
            "name": "TimeControl"
            "name": "PatchManager"
            "name": "TweakScale"
            "name": "InterstellarFuelSwitch-Core"
            "name": "CommunityTechTree"
            "name": "CommunityResourcePack"
            "name": "KerbalPlanetaryBaseSystems"
            "name": "ModuleManager"
            "name": "KSP-AVC"
            "name": "HeatControl"
            "name": "KerbalAlarmClock"
            "name": "REPOSoftTech-Agencies"
            "name": "ExtraPlanetaryLaunchpads"
            "name": "Toolbar"
            "name": "TriggerAu-Flags"
            "name": "InterstellarFuelSwitch"
            "name": "MinAmbience"
            "name": "KSPInterstellarExtended"
            "name": "HangerExtenderExtended"
            "name": "FinalFrontier"
            "name": "HideEmptyTechNodes"
            "name": "KAS"
            "name": "ProgressParser"
            "name": "InfernalRobotics"
            "name": "KerbalJointReinforcement"
            "name": "SCANsat"
            "name": "KIS"
            "name": "ModularFlightIntegrator"
+Memgraph and mechjeb which are not on this list. 


 

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Take a look inside of your KSP.log ... you will find it inside the main KSP directory - open with notepad or some other text editor

For starters, search for ERR and pay attention to what is listed with those errors ... then you can also search for WRN which will give you further insight into what is giving you problems

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5 hours ago, DoctorDavinci said:

Take a look inside of your KSP.log ... you will find it inside the main KSP directory - open with notepad or some other text editor

For starters, search for ERR and pay attention to what is listed with those errors ... then you can also search for WRN which will give you further insight into what is giving you problems

There just is not anything exciting inside here... The only real errors I see are the ones from civilian population and it is not at fault (it was one of the mods I could remove without issue) 
The warnings are also not exciting, just saying that some optional mods are not installed. 

 

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