Issue: Memory usage/utilization is skyrocketing up to 13-14GB and start swaping memory to SSD, with the healing brush feature with "Auto" or all "Custom" in performance tab options selected
Provide Lightroom Classic version: Lightroom Classic version: 12.1 [ 202212072312-d7ab524b ] Provide OS and version: Mac OS 13.1.0 [22C65] Application architecture: arm64
Graphics Processor Info: Metal: Apple M1 Init State: GPU for Export supported by default User Preference: Auto AND User Preference: GPU for Export enabled AND User Preference: GPU for Image Processing Enabled
Issue: Provide good steps to reproduce the behavior: Step 1: open any photo to processing, Step 2: use healing brush few times, add some point, Step 3: wait for LR eat memory from 2,5-3GB standard to 12-13 GB and check resource monitor
ONLY when User Preference: GPU for Display Enabled this problem does not occur
Expected result: memory should remain at the same level than user optiom: GPU for Display Enabled Actual result: memory utilization go to peak level and kernel_task proces starts swaping it to disk, can even write around 5-10GB to disk while one photo are processing
Disabling the GPU option completely and enabling it only on the "GPU for display" position helps keep memory usage low and program work culture good.