As I heard, build 2009 solves the problem but I do not know how to update it. My version is 2007 and if I check updates it says this is the latest version.
there is only 2007 version
it seems it is working now even with build 2007.
However, it is a pitty they disabled the option to test using real ticks. You get good results using every tick and later when you test this result using real ticks you get a totally different result.
I think the use of resourses must not be a valid reason. Let the users to choosse: if you want to test using real ticks then you pay more because you are using more resourses. Or maybe are there other reasons different that resourses?
To me, the actual cloud network is useless if you cannot test using real ticks as before. I hope in the near future MQL5 lets the user to choose and to charge more if neccessary (let the users to decide)
I imagine the reason they disabled tick-based testing is because of the large volume of data sometimes required for the tests over many brokers. I've had several PCs running out of space with well over 100 GB of temporary test sets cached in the Program Files folder. Doesn't look like it purges old data at all.
On another note, a couple of my systems with MT5 auto-updated to version 2009 back on March 20. Others still say that 2007 is the latest MT5 version, even when I do a manual check for updates. None of the agent-only systems updated automatically yet, so I manually updated them all. Earnings are back to previous levels now, although it looks like there may have been a glitch for March 22 as none of my agents show any work for that day.