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Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 4:00:23 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Hi,

 

Over the past two days my Revit file has started regenerating with every command. 

eg. placing a wall reveal, placing a window, deleting a window. This has made working nearly impossible, as every command takes 45secs-1minute to complete.

I have purged my model, made sure 'enable analytical model' in properies is turned off, made a new cetral file, removed cad and revit links and went through the warning list but to no avail.

 

Please help!


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Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 5:36:34 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Sorry, I should have mentioned I am working in Revit 2015 and my file size is 44,216 KB


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Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 8:40:27 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Your file size is not the problem.

What is your system like?

Do you have a lot of windows open or tiled views?  Try to keep your open windows to a minimum.

Use ccleaner or something like that to clean up your ststem.  Temp files can be problematic.


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Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 9:15:05 AM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Hi WWHUB,

I had our IT guys clean my computer but the problem persists. I also had a collegue open the file on her computer to test it out. She had teh same slow/regnerating issues! Something has gone wrong in the file somewhere? But where?

I havn;t been using tiled views. I have also deleted unnessary views in the model and purged the mdoel.

I took an older local file and tested it to make sure the regenerating wasn't happening in this file. Then I began re-doing the work I had done. Eventually the regenerating and slowness started again in this file. I am currently adding windows, wall reaveals and wall openings to concept walls in a model. Nothing to tricky, but very, very slow. Too slow to work in and not fun when you have an approaching deadline Sad

 

 


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Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 12:42:04 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Please don't refresh your posts, that is producing multiple posts.   Always open the thread from the "today's post".

 

I'm glad you tested this on another system, that helps.

 

Look at the families you are adding - including reveal profiles.  Hopefully, there is no CAD in them but that could be your problem.   Do you have embedded details in these window families?  Look there as well.   I really don't like embedded details.


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Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 4:57:08 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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I have checked the families and there is no linked CAD Sad

 

I have removed all my linked models and files.

 

I have reduced the detail to course and hidden line. The model is just concept walls and floors at present so it doesn't have much detail in it anyway.

 

I have turned off my hardware acceleration in the options.

 

My computer is fairly new and a great machine. I don't think I need to update my video card driver.

 

It looks like I am going to have to remake the entire file. Devastating!

 

 


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Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 5:29:27 PM | Regenerating with every command - too slow

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Please don't restart it yet because you may still ahve the same problems.

Are you using traditional Revit elements or are you using items like masses then walls by face?

 

I still think there may be a problem with other elements like windows.   Load a simple, stock window then pick one of your windows, right click and select all then swap those with your simple window.

 

If none of this works, send the file to autocad (if you are on subscription.)

 

You can also delete everyting in your model except for a typical wall with a window and a reveal then purge 3 times and post here so we can see what happens with the model.


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