Originally Posted by FreeCurryAU
Hi, I am trying to set up MonkerSolver and have been trying to get it working for NLHE 8max and PLO 6max from the pre flop street and neither work to my satisfaction.
I keep getting a message "ERROR: Out of Memory", so I have looked through this forum and found my Xmx value in the .ini file was set very low so I set it to 25g because my pc uses 32GB of RAM. That didnt help so I have been experimenting with different values higher and lower than 25g and none worked.
I will stick to NLHE 8max for now, when the status is on "mmnesteddriver.30" it then says the "ERROR: Out of Memory" message. This is when I add basic actions such as "ALL-IN", "MIN" and "Pot".
I set up a VM from Google Cloud Platform Test Bench and VM's with higher memory than my current pc are very expensive, I found the same problem with Azure but havnt yet looked into Amazon. But it occured to me that it might have something to do with the "mmnesteddriver.30" and not my pc's memory? My pc has a lot of RAM so maybe it isnt a hardware issue.
If I could get a helpful message on how to fix this problem please tell me, thanks!
My pc specs are:
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6850K-CPU @ 3.60GHz 3.60GHz
System type: 64-bit OS
...and of course Windows 10 vers. 1903
it's an Alienware pc
When you create a tree, you can see the RAM requirements in the 'Settings' tab where it says 'Abstraction ()'. Most likely, for your use case, you simply didn't have enough available RAM. For long-term solving, I wouldn't recommend GCP (Google). For most use cases I would recommend getting an EPYC server with Contabo or Hetzner, or in some cases even building your own server/workstation.
Originally Posted by cwar
Is a 256gb ram / 32 core processor going to be enough for non-extreme NL cash scenarios? Will I be limited from more complex trees by the ram?
I don't think you have provided enough info to answer that definitively, but I would say that the answer is yes, 256 GB RAM already get's you a lot of value for working on NL cash scenarios.
Originally Posted by vetmed
I want to run a PLO sim for 6max format with 100bb.
Preflop i want to allow only potsize raises and calls.
Postflop i want to allow every guy (when no bet is made so far) to bet 1/4,1/2,3/3 or pot.
Afterwards i want to allow raises of 1/2,2/3 and full pot as often as they want.
I am also not looking to limit the amount of players on the flop, turn or river.
What hardware would you suggest in order to be able to solve this?
How much ram and disc space is need. Which cpu do you suggest?
How long will this calculation approximately take until i get reliable results?
If the tree i am looking for is to hard to do for affordable hardware/servers these days what do you suggest to change in the described tree above to still get reliable results.
If i for example get a machine with 256 or 512 GB ram what do i need to change in the settings to assure to not ran out of ram?
Is there a way to see the estimated ram needed after i build a tree?
Is there a way to see how big the accuracy of the current solve is at?
The tree as you described would require several terabytes of RAM to solve, and I don't consider it feasible at this time. I recommend reducing the amount of postflop bet sizes to one.