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November 4th, 2014

Seeing weird Clang behavior where it doesn't think that Cocoa classes respond to their normal selectors. Cleaning build folder didn't help.

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@rosyna Does your CPU tab remember to show Private Memory between launches or even tab switches? It doesn't for me?

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@simX @mmunz That has not been my experience. Over the long term, it uses more and more memory and gets slower and slower.

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@simX @mmunz In theory it shouldn't need to page out if there is stuff in RAM that can be purged. Yet in practice it seems to.

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@rosyna @simX @mmunz Because 10.10 Activity Monitor doesn't remember to show the Private Memory column, always moves it back out of view.

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@rosyna @simX @mmunz I usually use Private Memory, but in this case I used Memory.

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@simX @mmunz Important stuff will get paged in, let it swap out the other stuff. Yet, in practice, rebooting always makes things faster.

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@simX @mmunz I remember lots of people telling me that the VM system was smart and not to worry about Inactive.

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@simX @mmunz Also, how do we know it's cache and not leaks? Right now, I have launchservicesd 1.13 GB, SystemUIServer 986 MB, etc. Normal?

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@simX @mmunz Because it's not otherwise inactive. All of my memory is in use right now.

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@mmunz Yeah, it takes about 150 MB when I launch it and then gradually increases to GBs even if I'm not using it.

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