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Formscape V3 "fsproc.exe" not releasing memory

Formscape V3 "fsproc.exe" not releasing memory

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We have a V3 Formscape server sitting on Windows 2003 handling around 20 processes.

Recently we have noticed that some of the processes are not working correctly (not failing) by missing out information on the output.  Upon doing a check, we've noticed that the fsproc.exe for what we think is the process in question is not releasing memory.  It keeps climbing up until eventually we get the problem of missing data.  Today the fsproc.exe started at 20Mb, and within 2 hours had rose to 120Mb+.  When it fell over this morning it was sat at 620Mb!

What could cause a formscape process not to release the memory it's taken?

Help and advice appreciated.

Horness
 

RE: Formscape V3 "fsproc.exe" not releasing memory

you can ask your questions at www.bottomline.com, since Formscape has been taken over by this firm, the on line support is very good, excellent even.  They reply within the day.

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