Good afternoon!

Many who praised MT5 that it picks up the results of the last optimization and continues it from the place of stopping. I switch from MT4 and can’t

figure it out. Please help me.

I passed the opt, I turned off the terem. The next day I re-launch, select the last opt. the log contains the following:

It turns out that terem picked up the last opt. But here is the optimization schedule opened a new one. as if the opt went again. hence the question, terem picked up the

opt or not?

If everything is as it should be, and terem picked up opt. is it possible to interrupt the opt several times (case – it is possible to opt some days for 8-10

hours. i would like to split the opt into 5-6 different days with an optimization of 10 hours. at the same time, to continue from the place of stopping the previous time.

that is, to opt the expert advisor for several visits, and not at a time)?

## avos

It does not “pick up”, but uses these results for further optimization. And in the “Optimization” tab, all the results of the passes will be displayed. Both

“yesterday’s” and today’s. If no optimization parameters were changed (in theory).

## _joker

Yesterday, the MetaTrader 5 terminal (hereinafter referred to as MT5) was optimized. It didn’t go all the way. I interrupted it myself. After that

, the cache file NYCS.USDCHF.M5.20160101.20181125.41.A30F4866C78ADE5910B09D26909702E0 was formed.

Today I started MT5 again, and in the optimization field I selected the previous optimization that I interrupted yesterday (figure 1 in the figure).

A window appeared with a graphical display of the results of the previous optimization. After pressing the “Start” key, another window with a

graphical display appeared (figure 2 in the figure). Hence the question – can we assume that MT5 picked up the results of the last optimization and

continued it from the moment the previous one stopped?

There is no way to leave the computer running for a week. I have to turn it off. The idea is to start optimizing, say on

Monday. Monday evening to interrupt. On Tuesday, download the previous results, and on Tuesday evening, abort again. On Wednesday,

continue the optimization again, abort it on Wednesday evening, and so on. It turns out that the weekly optimization is divided into several separate days.

After each optimization, a new cache file is saved. This begs the question, is it possible in MT5 to carry out the optimization in a few hits?

Let’s say today (10.05), I have to interrupt the current optimization again. Tomorrow (11.05), to continue from the moment of stopping, I will download

the optimization cache file from 10.05 and continue the optimization. But before that 09.05 part of the optimization I carried out. And the question arises, does MT5 take into account the

results of optimization from 09.05 or does MT5 only take into account the results of the last LAST (from 10.05) optimization?

## artmedia70

Terem… Mouse-norushka, frog-croaker…And nothing is clear.