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May 11 2016

SauBuB added a comment to T111385: Application Error crash.

This tip worked just fine for me:

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:51 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111381: Game Crash.

It has to be the well known memory problem you experienced. Try this, it is a nice workaround, which absolutely worked (for me at least):

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:50 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111349: Game crashes within 1-5 minutes of joining any server.

Had the same Problem. This advice worked just fine for me:

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:49 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111348: 0.57 Memory Crash (Logs Included).

Had the same Problem. This advice worked just fine for me:

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:49 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111345: game crash in game 0.57.128035.

Same here. After joining any server, game crashes after 5 Minutes maximum. I don't use any start-parameters. Previous versions worked fine in that regard. I use Windows 8.1 64 bit.

Edit:

This tip worked just fine for me:

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:49 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111306: 0.57 Memory crash.

This tip worked just fine for me in that regard:

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:48 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111276: The game crashes to desktop regularly since 0.57.

It has to be the well known memory problem you experienced. Try this, it is a nice workaround, which absolutely worked (for me at least):

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:47 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111266: 0.57 EXPERIMENTAL Game Crash.

This workaround helped me a lot and the problem you reported here never came back after one hour of playing.

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

I increased my swap file to 12GB. I have 8GB RAM by the way.

May 11 2016, 5:47 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111261: Game crash exp .57.

It has to be the well known memory problem you experienced. Try this, it is a nice workaround, which absolutely worked (for me at least):

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:47 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111254: Memory crash on Experimental 0.57.

Try this workaround. Before this, my game crashed after being 5 minutes on a server (maximum). With this workaround the crashes never came back.

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:46 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T111248: 0.57 Memory crash.

It has to be the well known memory problem you experienced. Try this, it is a nice workaround, which absolutely worked (for me at least):

germaniac(reporter)
2015-02-27 01:11

"My system has 8 GB of RAM and I had a swapfile of 1.0 GB in total. After increasing it to a - non-reasonable value - of 8 GB, DayZ does not crash anymore.

I believe it's a bug that DayZ, which is still a 32 Bit application, can somehow gather more than 4 GB of Ram from the system.

To circumvent, just temporarily increase your systems swap file so that you have at least 9 or 10 GB of (virtual) RAM."

May 11 2016, 5:46 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T103355: When relogging automatically get hypothermia.

Happened to me too. On logout my char was only cold, but after logon I instantly had hypothermia with status red.

May 11 2016, 1:00 AM · DayZ
SauBuB added a comment to T103349: Doors won't open after re log.

I had the same Problem after a server change. I was not able to open any doors or anything that requires the open/close symbol to function. On another server at first open/close worked, but than I lost the ability somehow to open/close stuff.

May 11 2016, 1:00 AM · DayZ