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Need help speeding up cold startup load times

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Working in .Net 2.0 using NGen to speed up both my warm and cold startup
load times. NGen works beautifully for my application; however, it seams
that the native image cache is not persisting across reboots or extended
times between application launches.

Currently I am NGen'in my code right after a .MSI install, and everything is
snappy. However if I reboot the machine, or do not run the application for
an extended amount of time (like a day) it will fall back to the cold start
load with very slow cold start load times.

Is there a way around this? Am I missing something or is this by design?

I'm using NGen in its most basic form for my root assembly:

“ngen install rootassembly.exe”

Jul 26 '06 #1
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