I get this message when I copy and paste the exact code from OP.
I would really like to try this out. Any idea why I am getting this?
“F:\Program Files (x86)\StrategyQuant\StrategyQuant64.exe -J-server -J-Xmx13g -J-XX:+UseParallelGC -J-XX:+UseParallelOldGC -J-XX:+DisableExplicitGC -J-XX:+AggressiveOpts”Attachments in this forum are visible only for registered users.
No, all good and even less leaks. Additionally to this launch-line, I´d also recommend to replace the JVM from Oracle to the one from Zulu, you will get even more speed and less RAM usage with this one as it is a straight build of the OpenJDK sources (the original Java) without Oracles branding and other things added to it. You can get it here: http://www.azulsystems.com/products/zulu/downloads Just install it and afterwards rename the directory “j64” in your StrategyQuant directory to “j64.old”. Create a new “j64” directory and copy the complete Zulu installation into the newly created “j64” directory. All done, time to build strategies:)
I have just started 2 instances on my intel with command line from the first post, both with max cores set. I dont know how much it will speed up my proces, I do random for weeks so lets wait and see. I cant do proper compare test at the moment, sorry. Have not installed alternative lib yet.
Have you been thinking about optimized OS for SQ in form of kickstarter? Some people here have been working on unix version with limited support from Mark. Imagine what we can achieve with lets say OpenBSD as base.
Add the command line (with 13GB, and I have 16G ) , and replace jre with Zulu.
Building strategy become more faster.
Geektrader, your sudy is very valuable. Thank you.
But when I do “Retest strategies”, It’s not very obvious.
And I have a question, SQ just only use 6-8G memory (cpu 50-80% used), even I allocate 13GB in command line.
Thank you for the knowledge transfer.
Side note: Is there any chance of using your GeekGenius to review the new money management simulator in the latest EAA beta? I can recall you being a little frustrated that it wasn’t possible to accurately apply money management to a portfolio of systems, well the money management sim’ functionality attempts to overcome this challenge.
Still trying to import FXBlue statements into QA after 2 years!
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