If the problem is due to undeleted messages, it is complex to detect with the debug and valgrind because the messages aren’t marked like lost memory. You need to change the code and delete the messages after receive it.
thanks a lot.
About your question, there is no difference between the number of nodes or time between the GUI-based or the commandline simulations, therefore i don't know the problem between them (It seems like the GUI uses a kind of container to limit the memory usage or something like that).
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I have suffered problems with the memory in Windows, sometimes even if you delete the object, the memory manager does not reuse the free memory, sometimes the same simulation consume a lot of memory and when you repeat the simulation, with the same parameters, runs smoothly, but have not had the same problem in Linux.
If anyone has experienced similar problem, or has some idea for it, I'm all ears!
Thanks a lot.