I have two snapshots each taken after one use (snapshot taken after closing browser) and a stress run (snapshot taken after stopping stress run). So now I have two snapshots to compare, and my problem there way too many classes which have the "Delta" column greater than 0!
How can I shorten the list of classes/instances to investigate?
The only columns that I see on the "Types" view are Namespace, Name, Live Instances Total, Live Instances Delta, Live instances sizes Total, Live instances sizes max, min and delta, and the last column is Unreachable.
This is for the Standard view (no other option is available in the drop down).
Any help greatly appreciated!
From your description it seems like you are attaching to the ASP.NET process. When attaching to a process, the profiler cannot provide as much data as when starting the ASP.NET process from the profiler. If it's possible, I would recommend that you try to run ASP.NET under the profiler.
Can you provide some more information on how the snapshots were collected? In the first case (closing the browser), did you collect a snapshot before requesting the ASP.NET pages and then one after you closed the browser? Are you able to locate classes that belong to your application (and not the framework)?
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The snapshots were taken as follows (after first attaching to the w3wp process)
First snapshot -
1. Perform scenario (that results in leak) once.
2. Close browser.
3. Take a heap snapshot.
Second snapshot -
1. Start a mini load test that performs the scenario in #1 above repeatedly.
2. After about 10 minutes or so, stop the loadtest.
3. Take the second snapshot.
Yes, I do see several classes that belong to my app., and the problem is that there are quite a few of them!
Without more information about your application it's hard to provide much more additional help. If you provide us with a session file, I might be able to give some you some additional hints. Please contact us at at support@scitech and we will send you information on how to provide us with a session file.
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