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Old 2020-05-20, 22:45   #526
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Originally Posted by James Heinrich View Post
It will do this when one worker finishes its high-memory-usage workload, freeing that memory for the other workers.
The machine I am writing this on is running two workers (one ECM, one P-1). The interrupt is coming when the other worker's stage 2 is already running for a long time (in my case e. g. ten minutes in). Regarding your explanation, I totally get why the program would do that (and I also observed that previously), but in my case, there seems to be another trigger.

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