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  1. #1
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    [-!-] ram spike flood [-!-] Mac OSX

    i dont know how this happen as i saw Free Memory app showing <15 MB Free of RAM
    but here's proof
    this might be a Random "RAM SPIKE FLOOD"
    i was only in 2 Server, there is no way it shoulda RAM Flood for no Reason

    sry for broken english for a very quick Post
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    Is there anything about it i nyour client log?
    How long wehere you connected?
    Was there any animated banner/channel description/avatar active?
    And the big question is, is this reproducable?
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    there was no Animated Banner/Channels,
    i check the logs, and it didnt prove any thing of RAM Flooding,

    -- to be honest, i forgot,
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