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Console Application Hangs and loss of memory allocation

I have this console app that runs 24/7. When it first starts up it's around
14 megs. I come in today and the app is hung and is at around 1 meg.

I know this is a broad question but I'm looking to brainstorm any ideas of
what might of caused this.

No messages in the event log.

The app connects to a MSQL db and grabs some records using a reader. It
loops through them and makes an http request to a webserver based on the data
in the app. It closes the connections and all that so there isn't any memory
leaks.
Dec 12 '05 #1
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Punisher,

Well, if you are sure that it closes all of the connections and all of
the streams (the calls to the websites), then there has to be something else
wrong. Also, without seeing your code, it's nearly impossible to tell.

Can you show some of what you are doing?
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I have this console app that runs 24/7. When it first starts up it's
around
14 megs. I come in today and the app is hung and is at around 1 meg.

I know this is a broad question but I'm looking to brainstorm any ideas of
what might of caused this.

No messages in the event log.

The app connects to a MSQL db and grabs some records using a reader. It
loops through them and makes an http request to a webserver based on the
data
in the app. It closes the connections and all that so there isn't any
memory
leaks.

Dec 12 '05 #2

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