[PD] CPU Object...

Simon Ball sballmada at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 12 19:22:39 CEST 2009

Thanks Chris. I will do this tomorrow as I can't access the project today.

How do I check CPU usage? Even if tis isn't relevant, it would be usefuul to

Thanks again

On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 6:00 PM, chris clepper <cgclepper at gmail.com> wrote:

> A G5 running OSX and GEM can run for months and even years without a
> crash.  Grab the crashlog in the Console app and post the last report for
> pd.
> On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Simon Ball <sballmada at googlemail.com>wrote:
>> Hi List
>> I am having trouble with an installation. I am projecting a project that
>> uses motion tracking and animation in GEM.
>> After a period of time (minimum 1hrs. max 3hrs.) the program crashes.
>> There is no error message and the program just disappears. This has happened
>> when people have been in the room and when people have not been in the room.
>> The patch creates abstractions that generate the animations when movement is
>> detected. I have attached the patch but not all of the source files.
>> The project is running on a apple G5. OSX not sure which version (rather
>> stupidly, cannot find out until tomorrow, sorry).
>> This maybe a CPU issue, does anyone know how I can read the CPU usage?
>> Having said that, if the project crashes even when no movement is detected.
>> I appreciate that this issue could be caused by a number of things but if
>> anyone has any suggestions I could try, they would be much appreciated.
>> Thanks
>> Simon
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