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Memory Leak Monitoring

Memory Leak Monitoring

Memory Leak Monitoring

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Hi,

I've been monitoring for MTS component memory leaks by using task manager, looking at the associated mtx.exe processes, and examining whether or not there is a steady increase in memory usage from these processes.

My question is: is this the best way to do this, or is there a better way to do this?

Thanks in advance

RE: Memory Leak Monitoring

Have you tried using AppMetrics for Transactions?  This is done by xtremesoft.com and monitors all COM+ and MTS applications.  www.xtremesoft.com

RE: Memory Leak Monitoring


Tom, I do the same thing that you do.


 Tarek
 
The more I learn, the more I need to learn!

RE: Memory Leak Monitoring

The best way to do this is to use performance monitor to monitor the "Private Bytes" of mtx.exe process, this will graph the activity for you.

Thanks,

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