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Out of memory error when exiting PCSX2
#1
As stated in the title, whenever I hit exit to close the program an out of memory error gets thrown and I have to manually close the log after the rest of the program has shutdown. It seems this only happens after running a game as simply opening then exiting PCSX2 does not throw this error. I also have quite a bit of red text regarding my audio setup, anybody who could clue me in on that would be appreciated!

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
MSI GE72VR-027
i7-6700hq
Intel HD Graphics 530
Nvidia GTX 1060(Mobile)
32 GB DDR4
512 GB M.2 SSD
1 TB SATAIII HDD


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500 GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD | Windows 10 Pro x64 | Nvidia Driver 376.33
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#2
is your issue recent ? I updated the behavior of VU dispatcher to use memprotect, it is likely linked.
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#3
I'd say it's recent I just installed ubuntu and pcsx2 again yesterday Tongue But if you looked at the log I linked memprotect is mentioned at the end of it.
Desktop:
[email protected] GHz | Cooler Master V8 | MSI Z97 PC MATE | 16GB [email protected] MHz (CL7-8-8-24) | PNY GTX970 4GB GDDR5
500 GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD | Windows 10 Pro x64 | Nvidia Driver 376.33
Laptop:
MSI GE72VR Apache Pro-027
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#4
Is MTVU on/off ?
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#5
All default settings except for i changed it to 2x native and i think I have it on the sse4 plugin
Desktop:
[email protected] GHz | Cooler Master V8 | MSI Z97 PC MATE | 16GB [email protected] MHz (CL7-8-8-24) | PNY GTX970 4GB GDDR5
500 GB Samsung EVO 850 SSD | Windows 10 Pro x64 | Nvidia Driver 376.33
Laptop:
MSI GE72VR Apache Pro-027
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#6
(12-04-2016, 02:34 AM)Carsomyr Wrote: I also have quite a bit of red text regarding my audio setup, anybody who could clue me in on that would be appreciated!

I believe Ubuntu also uses PulseAudio by default. I had the same problem with sound on my Mint system (Ubuntu-based). Change your SPU2-X output settings to use the SDL Audio Module and set your SDL API to pulseaudio and it should quit spamming the console about ALSA buffer underruns.
Lurking until I can fix my desktop...
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#7
If you have too much underrun, you can tune the latency value too.
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#8
So far, I didn't manage to reproduce it. Unfortunately, we miss linux tester so I don't know if everybody is impacted.
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