says this bug was first corrected in sp4, but when go
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888799/ cannot find the bug on the fix list, any one can explain?
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I am trying to implement a workflow designer in a windows form application and use the same designer to view different workflows. However, I found the program became slower and slower after loading several workflows.
my steps are as follows:
1. create a wpf user control WFDesigner to package the workflowdesigner;
2. In the user control WFDesigner , implement a InitiateDesigner method which create a new workflowDesigner
instance each time called. I suppose the old workflowDesigner instance would be collected by GC;
3. create a winform application and install the user control created on step 2 to an element host, and put the element host on the form.
4. add two buttons for test: one will execute WFDesigner.InitiateDesigner() once
and the other will execute it 100 times.
I’m not sure how I should consider my problem. I’m developing workflow with VS 2008 for MOSS 2007. I’ve created simple method which remove security group “MyGroup” from the item. And it seems that it works:
void UsunDziedziczenieUprawnien_ExecuteCode(object sender,
using (SPSite site =
new SPSite (workflowProperties.SiteId))
I have started playing with permission and created a whole that I can not climb out of! Any help will be great!!! Here are my issues:
1. (this one started it all) I added an approval workflow to a library with the thought that a doc would not show to the public until it is approved. Ain't happening...what do I have to do for this process to work?
2. In trying to solve the above I restricted nt auth to the visitors group and then made that group read only. Now members of the visitor group only sees the old master page and css. The only way to fix it so far is to add nt auth to the owners group. that
I am running a huge SSRS 2008 report and it gets rendered sometimes and sometimes it gives me an error,
"The report execution has expired or cannot be found. (rsExecutionNotFound)”.
When I see SQL Server log after this issue comes I see following message there;
"A significant part of sql server memory has been paged out. This may result in performance degradation. Duration: 300 seconds. Working set(KB): 97672, memory utilization 42%"
Please help me to know what is the issue and how to fix it.
MemoryLoad = 60%
Total Physical = 6141 MB
Available Physical = 2428 MB
Total Page File = 8006 MB
Available Page File = 3630 MB
Total Virtual = 2047 MB
Available Virtual = 6 MB
the reason for failure backup, connection is virtual address space run out, see the available virtual is 6MB, is this something to do with, if so can it be increased by freeing something instead of restart the sql?
It happens frequently when I try to copy & paste code inside VS 2010 with following message:
insufficient available memory to meet the expected demands of an operation at this time, possibly due to virtual address space fragmentation. Please try later.
and I check the memory usage with taskmanager on my computer. It is fine.
In order fix it, I need to close VS 2010 and restart again.
So is it a memory leak or can be fixed in some way?
I have occasion in my program to compile some CSharp code on the fly, with embedded resources from a .resx file. To do this, I use a System.Resources.ResXResourceReader to read the ResX file and a System.Resources.ResourceWriter to create the binary resource
file. However, when I step through the code, I find that ~15MB of memory gets taken up when the ResXResourceReader reaches a Node whose value is a Bitmap, and that memory doesn't get freed even if I explicitly dispose the Bitmap. The ResXResourceReader is
getting disposed (it's declared in a using statement). How can I keep this memory leak from happening? Here's the code where I read through the ResX file:
using (ResXResourceReader ResXReader = new ResXResourceReader(this.ResourceFileName))
foreach (System.Collections.DictionaryEntry Node in ResXReader)
I am facing slow down problem in SQL Server 2000. SQL Server is very very slow during that time memory also very high usage but when I restart SQL Service it comes to normal. Please advice, if anyone who has experienced in this type of situation. Appreciate
if you help to resolve this problem. Thanks
Hi to all !
Sometimes, my production system crashes, and a "memory status" is displayed in my errorlog.
I suspect that a stored procedure could be responsible...
Is anybody can tell me what pool is concerned by the issue ?
There is no message before the memory status, and just after it, i have :
2010-10-27 16:40:26.46 spid117 Error: 701, Severity: 17, State: 123.
2010-10-27 16:40:26.46 spid117 There is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query.
Thanks for help !
Memory Manager KB---------------------------------------- ----------VM Reserved 4311480VM Committed 4287208Locked Pages Allocated