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Modded Minecraft Keeps Crashing

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created 07/23/2019 9:58 pm by IndyJacksonTT history
last reply 07/24/2019 12:42 am
I'm attempting to create a mudpack and am wondering why it keeps crashing.

I'm running 106 mods.

I'm using MultiMC.

The Crash Report

Would appreciate any help.
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IndyJacksonTT
Level 33 : Artisan Dragonborn
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07/24/2019 12:35 am
Level 33 : Artisan Dragonborn
IndyJacksonTT
Alright I removed some mods and fixed the problem!
Thx guys!
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07/23/2019 11:32 pm
Level 2 : Apprentice Modder
FancyPMC
Maybe some mods just don't work together.
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07/23/2019 10:05 pm
Level 71 : Legendary Architect
StingrayProductions
How long does it take to crash? or is it right away? Also, which version of Minecraft?

Just so you know, anything 1.12+ has increasingly more memory leaks. Beyond that point, 106 mods would definitely encounter a memory leak somewhere and overload your computer.
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07/23/2019 10:39 pm
Level 33 : Artisan Dragonborn
IndyJacksonTT
It crashes if I start sprinting into new chunks.
Yes, it is 1.12.2, will increasing memory RAM help?
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07/23/2019 11:02 pm
Level 71 : Legendary Architect
StingrayProductions
Oh hey, also noticed in your crash report you have moreplayermodels, custom npcs, and lycanites. Yeah, on 1.12.2 there's no way you couldn't have a memory leak. This is an issue of that version. I myself use those mods all the time for filming, but they will only work in 1.7.10 without memory leaks.
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07/23/2019 10:58 pm
Level 71 : Legendary Architect
StingrayProductions
As a matter of fact, increasing it will probably make it crash sooner (if it's a memory leak).

Here's to check if it's a memory leak.

Ctrl+SHFT+ESCAPE to bring up your task manager. Go to processes tab. Sort by memory. Java will be using a lot and will be on top somewhere, it could be using like 2 or 3gb. Make sure your world is actually open and running and not paused. Now watch the memory over time. Does it keep getting bigger and bigger? If it keep using more and more memory then you have a memory leak.

If it never does seem to do that (which is unlikely), then there must be a mod issue, probably a mod conflict.
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07/24/2019 12:02 am
Level 33 : Artisan Dragonborn
IndyJacksonTT
could removing one of those mods help with that?
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07/24/2019 12:07 am
Level 33 : Artisan Dragonborn
IndyJacksonTT
I also think it might a Ticking Entity or whatever but I'm not sure an efficient way to find what mods are causing it.
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07/24/2019 12:42 am
Level 71 : Legendary Architect
StingrayProductions
Me neither, but the memory leak will go down as you remove mods. Some have bigger leaks than others. I think either moreplayer models or custom npcs has a really nasty leak, but I forget which one.

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