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AJAX calls drive IE out of memory

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So, I have a summary page of some stuff that gets updated through AJAX
calls back to the server every 15 seconds or so. However, if you leave
that page up for a few hours - it'll slow down the computer and
eventually crash it with the following message:

"Internet Explorer: out of memory on line..."

I know AJAX got some memory leaks problems but this is not that much
stuff that gets refershed ( a few table rows ).

What can be done to get rid of this problem?

Alex
Aug 7 '08 #1
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On Aug 6, 10:02*pm, kida...@gmail.com wrote:
So, I have a summary page of some stuff that gets updated through AJAX
calls back to the server every 15 seconds or so. However, if you leave
that page up for a few hours - it'll slow down the computer and
eventually crash it with the following message:

"Internet Explorer: out of memory on line..."

I know AJAX got some memory leaks problems but this is not that much
stuff that gets refershed ( a few table rows ).
It is likely that you are creating circular references involving
request objects. Just a guess as you forgot to post your code.
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What can be done to get rid of this problem?
http://www.jibbering.com/faq/faq_not...res.html#clMem
Aug 7 '08 #2

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