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VB 2005 compiled program takes 600 MB RAM

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I've created a program in VB Express 2005 that imports a 150 megs text file
into a MySQL database. The problem is when I run the compiled program
outside of the VB Express IDE it takes more than 600 MB of RAM. However when
I run the program within the VB Express IDE it behaves nicely and uses no
more than 60 MB of RAM. I must be missing something with the compile options
somewhere but I have no idea where.

Any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated,
Pete
Mar 24 '06 #1
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Hi Pete,

probably there are objects which you are not disposing of. But without
seeing the code one can only guess... Can you send or post a sample
showing your problem so that we can (try to) find the problem?

-tom

pete ha scritto:
I've created a program in VB Express 2005 that imports a 150 megs text file
into a MySQL database. The problem is when I run the compiled program
outside of the VB Express IDE it takes more than 600 MB of RAM. However when
I run the program within the VB Express IDE it behaves nicely and uses no
more than 60 MB of RAM. I must be missing something with the compile options
somewhere but I have no idea where.

Any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated,
Pete


Mar 24 '06 #2

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