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 Post subject: Application running 24 hour Windows 7
PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:46 pm 
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Hi App is a POS and after so many hour start like slow down when you do a Select statement to Sqlite Or RB DB
this is a problem by cache or what
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Seems to me you have an ugly memory leak going on.

I have a couple of apps running 24/7 and they are behaving nicely. They are small in-house apps but still they are behaving well.

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what version of RB you use i have 2012v2.1

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The only i have open is the db connection and one RecordSet

This is Good or Bad

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One was compiled with 2011 some version I can't remember and the otherone with 2012R2.1.

I have a couple more running almost constantly and they behave good enough.

All of them run a mix of sqlite and MySql.

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if any way to check memory leak from RS

if windows 7 use the Screen saver it start having problems

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It is a memory leak in the RS framework...(known)

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simulanics wrote:
It is a memory leak in the RS framework...(known)


Good to know! Any links to read more about this?

Perhaps I have not suffered much since the apps I'm talking about are not that large and the systems running them are powerful enough. I'll keep an eye opened.

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HMARROQUINC wrote:
simulanics wrote:
It is a memory leak in the RS framework...(known)


Good to know! Any links to read more about this?

Perhaps I have not suffered much since the apps I'm talking about are not that large and the systems running them are powerful enough. I'll keep an eye opened.


Run a search on feedback. There's a nice piece of software called visual leak detector that can locate the issue as well. What is the processor % and ram size reaching for the app? Are you using active threads? Many issues can arise. What system are you using? Windows? Mac? Linux? There are a number of quick easy work arounds to employ to prevent the leaks (well, make them not appear as leaks...)

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Running different versions of Windows. I'll investigate further. The machines I had near were not using excesive cpu or memory though. I'll test others as soon as I get a chance.

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