MotiveWave overworking computer: Anyone else?

quantlabsnet

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I have run 3 sessions on with tight RAM with Mint Linux. Once you boost the heap of each dedicated MW session, it should help but it also depends on your OS.
 

JoshS

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I'm having issues all the time backtesting. I'm not willing to do anything off of tick data and much custom indicators also utilize tick data anyway (bid/ask)

the odd thing is I lock up for nearly a minute at times, trying to spam the stop button to regain control of motivewave. this NEVER happens if I step through 1 bar at a time, it just dies if I have it try backtest all the data. I'm on ultimate, but I've only got 16 GB ram with a 2 year old core i7. just wish it was more performant.
 

nickleefly

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@ScottyA ask the MW team for one of the previous releases, in case you don't have one in your archive, to back test the issue. I personally keep a few releases back just in case. It's rare I need them.
If you need older versions.

try this
Code:
https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/454/motivewave6_4_0.pkg
https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/454/motivewave_setup6.4.0.exe

https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/456/motivewave6_4_2.pkg
https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/456/motivewave_setup6.4.2.exe

https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/462/motivewave6_5_0.pkg
https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/462/motivewave_setup6.5.0.exe

https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/470/motivewave6_5_8.pkg
https://downloads.motivewave.com/builds/470/motivewave_setup6.5.8.exe
 
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