Memory leak / Performance degeneration

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  1. Elke.Eichelhard
    Elke.Eichelhard avatar
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    May 2011

    Posted 03 Apr 2012 Link to this post

    We make extensive use of the ScheduleView in one of our business applications.
    Unfortunately there seems to be a major memory leak within the RadScheduleView component, which leads to a massiv performance degeneration of the silverlight UI elements in general.

    A simple demonstration would be the TV Schedule Demo:

    A few minutes of scrolling left and right to force the component to redraw the appointments is sufficient. It seems like UI-components for the appointments - which should be discarded when scrolling out of view - are kept in memory and new UI-components are created whenever an appointment scrolls into view.

    After a while silverlight in itselfs becomes sluggish, creating of new UI-elements takes seconds - the UI becomes unresponsive.
    This is a huge problem for us, as it renders our application unusable after a few minutes of work.

    There is a known bug related to grouping, but this behavior is apparent even when no grouping is used.
  2. Boyan
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    Posted 06 Apr 2012 Link to this post


    This is very strange as we are making regular checks for memory leaks. We profiled similar application to the one in the demos with resources and lots of appointments but without the custom styles and after 7-8 minutes of scrolling there was a change in memory in the range of 500kb and also no ScheduleView classes that are not collected by the garbage collector.

    Maybe there is something specific in a custom style or something else that is causing the slowdown.

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