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Why doesn’t the GC kick in when the worker process is inactive?
I got the following question in my Getting started with windbg – post and I thought it might be worth posting the replies in a separate article: Hi Johan, about those threads with an ID of XXXX, should they go away after certain amount of idle time like 2 minutes? I am trouble shooting an application...
13 May 2008
Getting started with windbg - part II
This is a continuation of my previous post with the imaginative name Getting started with windbg - part I . I'll be assuming that you've read it, so if you haven't I suggest you check it out first. We're still working with the same sample dump, so I'll pretty much pick up right where we left off. More...
26 Nov 2007
The KB article every one should know about
Have you read http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=307340 ? If not, I suggest you do so. If you need convincing or simply want to know why this problem occurs I suggest you keep reading. The problem described in the article above can cause your application to spike in CPU time, Memory usage or both. This...
23 May 2007
Finalizers and weak references
What do finalizers and weak references have in common? Well more than you might think actually. Finalizers Finalizers are clean-up code that will be run at the end of an objects life-cycle. You should only release native resources in the finalizer. When you use your object you should not the finalizer...
26 Apr 2007
Memory management in the .NET Framework
This is a subject that has been covered before and I have no intention of writing the ultimate post on the subject. Still I think this is something that every good developer should know. Why do I need to know this? My colleagues and I are quite often asked about the necessity of knowing how the Garbage...
20 Apr 2007
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