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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-21859

out of memory crash in v1.6.1 multiplayer

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: Minecraft 1.6.1
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Environment:

      OS: Windows 7 (ver 6.1, arch x86)
      Java: 1.7.0_25 (by Oracle Corporation)
      Launcher: 1.0.8 (bootstrap 4)
      Minecraft: 1.6.1 (updated Tue Jul 02 10:27:58 PDT 2013)

    • Confirmation Status:
      Unconfirmed
    • Game Mode:
      Survival

      Description

      Memory usage of the process grows rapidly; peaks at just under 1GB. fps of video refresh drops to a very low rate. Eventually minecraft crashes with OOM. Also happens in singleplayer. These are all worlds that were created on an older version of minecraft. The machine I use is quite powerful and has lots of RAM. I never had the issue on older versions up to and including 1.5.2.

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        1. hs_err_pid772.log
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        2. hs_err_pid2772.log
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        3. hs_err_pid3164.log
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        4. hs_err_pid4240.log
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        5. hs_err_pid4540.log
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        6. hs_err_pid4612.log
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        7. hs_err_pid4864.log
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        8. hs_err_pid772.log
          21 kB
        9. hs_err_pid2772.log
          22 kB
        10. hs_err_pid3164.log
          21 kB
        11. hs_err_pid4240.log
          21 kB
        12. hs_err_pid4540.log
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        13. hs_err_pid4612.log
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        14. hs_err_pid4864.log
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                Reporter:
                damnshark Mark Shand
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