As the title suggests, when running the client with looking glass onto osbuddy, the FPS for tribot (only tribot not osbuddy also) tanks majorly.
Does anyone know if theres a specific reason for this happening? It's definitely not my machine as the specs are totally OP for 8+ osbuddy clients. I'm currently using 14% of my CPU and 51% memory.
Thanks in advance for the help
Hi there I'm having a problem when I'm using a script with Tribot where I will see a line in the debug section of the program that says "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space" and the script will end.
Java version: jre1.8.0_161
I've uninstalled all previous versions of java and then reinstalled to version 8, I've tried using OSBuddy and Looking Glass but I've had no luck.
I read some advice about dumping the heap and I've tried to do that but the option for heap dump is greyed out for me in VisualVM(see screenshot).
Any help is welcome
This isn't going to be comprehensive or backed by expert knowledge, it's just a few general things I learned from having a low performance PC in the past
1. Physically cleaning your pc - pcs collect a lot of dust and slow down the fans and suffocate your CPU making it run hotter, when it runs hotter your computer limits it's performance in an attempt to stop it from over heating. The best way to do this is get a can of compressed air, open your pc and spray all of the dust out. If you're really paranoid about breaking something you can touch grounded metal like a sink pipe or any metal that is grounded to discharge your static electricity lol. also try and keep your fans still when you're spraying them, having them spin from the compressed air could wear on the bearings
Here are ways you should not do it: use a leaf blower, or a vacuum this risks the chance of creating static and messing up your computers motherboard, also do not get any water on it, don't try and clean things with a wet rag (obvious).
2. Tribot Settings - Visit this guide to tweak tri bot directly, I can attest that changing the client paint delay from 0 to 60 has made my cpu usage go from 100% to ~60%
3. Startup - Press ctrl + r and type msconfig and go to start up tab, this will control what starts up with your computer, a lot of times people's computers are slow because a lot of unnecessary programs start up. You can remove everything here unless you truly want something to automatically start up
4. Services - This step is similar to the last in that you will be removing more things that cause stuff to run on your computer. http://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/ this link will show you what services are safe to remove, be more careful here then you were in start up because some things can actually mess stuff up. You can configure services by either going to msconfig and going to services tab and then checking "hide all microsoft services" this will hide all the important services that you don't want to disable. I recommend you search for "services" in windows and use that instead, black viper guides will go into more detail for all of this
5. Defragging - You can search for the windows defrag tool or you can download a third party one like https://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/, I use the third party one and use the options optimize & defrag, this will clean up your harddrive and make things load faster
6. CCleaner - You can use this https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download to clear cache and old unused files to free up space, it also has a registry scanner but in my experience reg cleaners do little to nothing when it comes to increasing performance
If anyone has anything they want to add or clarify let me know
Hey guys! I'm looking to get started with a gold farm and making my own scripts, but I need some help using TRiBot.
Relevant comp specs:
8bg ddr4 ram
Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
Raedon R9 390
First of all, I was under the impression that with an i5-6600k I would be able to run atleast 20 bots, but I get to 100% cpu with just 5 bots open, and thats with TRiBot minimized and graphics disabled. I know somethings wrong but no idea how to fix it.
Also, does it make a difference if I use one client with 5 tabs or 5 clients with one tab? So far ive been using 1 client with 5 tabs, but if that's the issue with cpu ill change.
Ive been told to use 512 mb per bot, but if i get to my endgame goal of 20 bots form my pc, wont that be too much? How much ram should I be allocating per bot?
I dislike the suicide botting method, I prefer long term accounts, so I've been looking into combat such as GDK and Wyverns and possibly writing my own script (I have a decent knowledge of java, just need to learn API). But to keep these long term accounts unbanned for as long as possible, whats reccommended? Ive heard no more than 8 hours a day with a break or two, but that still seems a bit risky. I was thinking about 2-3 hrs in morning and 2-3 at night, does that sound like a good strategy?
For proxies, Ive tried Proxyfish and I mean I got working proxies, but somewhat expensive and not sure if I should continue buying there, whats the best place to buy proxies? socks5proxies.net also looks good, especially since theyre focused on TRiBot, anyone had experience with them?
Also, how many accounts would it be safe to run per proxy? So far ive only been doing one proxy one acc, but until I start seeing profits I feel like I'm just spending a bunch of money... I was thinking 2-3 accts per proxy, what do you guys think about that?
When I open TRiBot, my Java version always goes to the JDK, even though I have set my JAVA_HOME variable to the jre I have installed, any advice on that? Possibly a reason for more cpu usage?
Thank you in advance for all your help, I look forward to botting and sharing my experiences with you guys!
This release will:
Fix key event handling issue
Fix other event handling issue
Fix RSServer hook
Update world hopper to have it use OCR, thanks to Todd
Use proper disposal of old Graphics objects
Organize code imports
Apply around 8000 automated code refactorings
Make preparations for Java 9
Fix 11 various bugs
Add more reliable debugging support
Fix mouseEntered/Exited event dispatching bug
Fix minimap walking bug where it opens the map
Fix broken hooks for today's game update
This release will:
Fix Settings UI placement bug
Fix game object location bug
Fix small layout bug making the client shift up and down
Fix client crashing bug where loading the client with a small display area will cause the client to crash
Fix annoying Linux bug relating to painting events and peers
Fix settings saving bug where settings are saved to disk more often than they should
Fix RSInterface#isBeingDrawn bug affecting a limited amount of people
Drop Java 1.7 bytecode version for 1.8
Important: Since the downloadable RS client uses Java 7, it will no longer be compatible with Looking Glass. To make up for this, we will add support for using other clients such as RuneLite (at a later date).
This change was necessary to allow us to use Java 8 syntax. It also paves the way for Java 9/10/11 support.
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