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Date/Time: Thu, 13 Jun 2024 10:37:45 +0000



Post From: Sim Account;

[2022-01-20 08:35:58]
User952036 - Posts: 16
You have given me the answer on this treat: DOM lagging
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Yes, Yes absolutely that is true! That should just be common sense. You cannot put more load, and expect no slowdown. You will absolutely have a slowdown. That is not a problem and is expected and is solved through using sub instances of Sierra Chart and adding more CPU cores to your system.
I have the same problem. I used Jigsaw before this month. The more Sierra charts I open, the slower the doms become.

Sim Account;

Do not expect from us the impossible! This is something that you must solve on your side and you have more than the capability in Sierra Chart to do this.
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I answer here:


I will do the following tests:
- Change the buffer size for the incoming data
- distribute the charts of my one instance (84 pieces) to three instances.
- some other performance tests

A question to you.
SC has 16 CPU cores available, runs in real time under Windows and initially only uses one almost completely - see attachments. How do you get SC to use multiple cores at once?

If I start a second instance (2nd) after the first instance (1st), then the CPU load is distributed directly across multiple CPUs - see attachment Second instance distributed.JPG.

Regards,
DiWi
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