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Cache and Session State

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Hello all and thank you for your time.

We have a 3rd party application written for my office (vb.net 2.0
framework). However, we are getting reports of slow response time
and
do not believe it is our web server or sql server (2000). I noticed
that the app uses cache (with sql server 2000) and Session States. I
compiled a list of what was in cache and session state and wondered
if
you could give me your opinion on it. Is it a lot? Could this cause
response time issues and high CPU utilization? This is taken from
our
dev box where I was the only user.
Cache Assembly 1
Cache Boolean 55
Cache DataSet 3
Cache Datatable 41
Cache Hashtable 1
Cache String 1
Cache XmlDocument 33
Session State ArrayList 6
Session State Boolean 3
Session State DateTime 1
Session State Hashtable 14
Session State Int 2
Session State Stack 2
Session State String 6
Thank you,
Dities13

Jun 27 '08 #1
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