Long time no see.
I was using OE 3.0 three years ago and posted a lot on the forums, maybe you remember me as QuantumShadow,
Recently I purchased & Installed the Latest OE Pro 4.9 hoping that the main problem that plagued the previous release was solved in these years...
Unfortunately OE is still stack after 12 hours of downloading from big site,
I used /NoMap /NoDB falgs that I remember you told me to use in OE 3.0, it didn't help.
OE uses 99% of CPU, however memory consumption is very low, so it is not memory that is the problem.
Do you have any ideas how to debug this? What additional Info can I provide you?
I want to solve this issue once and for all.
You can try and download the site by yourself if you want:
Well, since OE is stack I may not be able to see it, but I will try to run logs,
is it still something like:
at the command line?
So in the log i think we may see what is OE doing.
Well, I do not now how to modify the Filter masks to show only queue, is there any readme about it?
Anyway, OE stack again, there was no parsing going on until 5 min before the crash/stack, after this I do not know since the GUI became inaccessible and I had to kill the process.
The queue depth was about 55,000
I have the log file of the last moments, but i do not see there anything unusual, how do I send it to you?
I do not remember your email,
should I just send it to
takes 2 minutes to parse according to the log. However when I tried to load and parse it, it took just milliseconds. And this is with all possible parsing options enabled.
Can you please post your Project settings here? Please select it, use Edit - Copy and paste to the forum message.
Substs=www.kolyan.net www.kolyan.net kolyan.net
It stack again, if you want I will send you the new log.
I didn't look at it yet but I have the feeling that this time it passed over the problematic file without problems and stack on another one.
so it is not just file contents that kill OE, but maybe the previous parsed file database + new file combinaton.
How Long was your download?
I have the "prevent directories from overloading" set,
but what I noticed few days ago that my
directory was full of *.tmp files that probably where created by OE.
It had 35,000 of them, so my application couldn't even start.
I will try do download again, and let you know.