CapnRon wrote: I have not experienced the memory link and have not had clear skies to try my cameras (SBIG 8300M and SX Lodestar) other than test shots. But I applied the two settings recommended above and then the issue is that you have no star image in the focus routing. you can pull it up in the fits viewer, but you cannot select stars there.
I am hoping this is not an issue with my setup and have gone back to the 'normal' settings.
hy wrote: I'm curious if there's a common thread among the people who experience this leak (e.g. I still can't replicate it, and as of recently, I don't believe Jasem could either--I know he's hard at work looking into it). For instance, are you all DSLR users? RGB camera users with debayering, etc?
If you experience this leak, could you please post more details about the minimum configuration you use that will trigger this leak.
camera model and type, e.g. Canon DSLR with resolution WxH, ZWO 1600 monochome resolution WxH, ...
fits, raw, ???
Running fitsviewer while you capture?
Processor (e.g. RPi4) on what OS (Raspbian? Ubuntu 18.04? Stellarmate?)
How did you install KStars (Stellarmate, AstroPi3, AstroBerry, ...)
What release are you using when you observed the leak? (released 3.3.9, nightly at what date),
Also, can you tell how much is leaked per image? (e.g. by running the linux command 'ps aux | grep kstars" after every 5th or 10th image for as long as makes sense) and how that relates to the size of the image your camera captures
stellarmate@stellarmate:~$ ps auxww | grep kstars Start: stellar+ 1301 1.0 36.9 2959744 1372704 ? SLl 11:20 6:49 /usr/bin/kstars --paused 10 subs: stellar+ 1301 1.1 45.5 3280028 1691824 ? SLl 11:20 7:18 /usr/bin/kstars --paused 20 subs: stellar+ 1301 1.2 54.1 3600308 2012224 ? SLl 11:20 7:43 /usr/bin/kstars --paused 30 subs: stellar+ 1301 1.2 62.4 3920592 2317312 ? SLl 11:20 8:07 /usr/bin/kstars --paused stellarmate@stellarmate:~$ sudo dpkg --list | grep kstars ii kstars-bleeding 6:3.3.9+202001011609~ubuntu18.04.1 arm64 desktop planetarium for KDE ii kstars-bleeding-data 6:3.3.9+202001011609~ubuntu18.04.1 all data files for KStars desktop planetarium ii kstars-bleeding-dbg 6:3.3.9+202001011609~ubuntu18.04.1 arm64 debug information for the desktop planetarium for KDE stellarmate@stellarmate:~$ sudo dpkg --list | grep qhy ii indi-qhy 2.6~202001021211~ubuntu18.04.1 arm64 INDI QHY Driver. This driver is compatible with any INDI client such as KStars or Xephem. ii libqhy 6.0.5+unstable~201912300954~ubuntu18.04.1 arm64 libqhy provide libraries to access and control QHY CCDs and Filter Wheels.