XP Home vs. Pro vs. Embedded

Richard Miller wow at together.net
Thu Sep 14 04:39:51 CDT 2006


Ian,

This sounds like a possible culprit for the problem in our  
application. Is there a way to find out what is causing this or to  
verify it is occurring? Any code that can be written in? Any specific  
places in the code to look for it?

Again, what we are experiencing is the program bogging down or simply  
freezing up at various points throughout a day, but never at the same  
place. This is in runtime mode only.... not in the development  
environment. No programming bugs show up there.

Thanks.
Richard



On Sep 14, 2006, at 5:27 AM, Ian Wood wrote:

> Memory leaks are where a program grabs memory when needed, but  
> doesn't release all of it afterwards. If the machine is up for a  
> long time, even a minor memory leak can tie up all available RAM,  
> bogging down the whole machine.
>
> Ian
>
> On 14 Sep 2006, at 10:23, Richard Miller wrote:
>
>> Peter,
>>
>> Can you explain what you mean by a memory leak and how that  
>> effects stability?
>>
>> Thanks.
>> Richard
>
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