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Re: Another RS232 communication

Postby trogluddite » Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:47 pm

Hi RZK,
I see the same as JB_AU, the schematic is eating too much memory and CPU. Many people will not be able to load the file.

Advice...
- Inside "Question Response" module, the "Queue" primitive contains >19000 data items!
- When the labels try to draw this data (all empty!) this makes the CPU work too hard.
- Connect a trigger button (press 'Z' key) to the Queue 'Clear' input.
- Press the button to clear the data.
- Save File
- Upload again to the forum.
This will not mend the schematic - but, people will be able to load the file, so that they can look and possibly help you.

But you will need a way to stop the Queue from growing too big! To do this, take a look at this schematic which shows how to keep the Queue size smaller...
Limit Queue Size.fsm
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Best wishes
Trog
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Re: Another RS232 communication

Postby RZK » Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:25 am

test_sequencestop300614+restart.fsm
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RAM PB solved !
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Re: Another RS232 communication

Postby RZK » Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:30 am

Retour miyachi 300614.fsm
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ram solved !
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Re: Another RS232 communication

Postby RZK » Fri Jul 25, 2014 8:02 am

UP

No one have a idea to stop the send flow ^^?
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