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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 ( 2.0
framework). However, we are getting reports of slow response time
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
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
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,

Jun 27 '08 #1
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