Memory Leak in new WPF Control suite??? (READ)

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  1. Brandmuscle
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    19 posts
    Member since:
    Nov 2008

    Posted 05 Nov 2009 Link to this post

    Ok.  I have a small project open (only copy of VS open) and when I start it up I am using 2gb when idle.  After loading my project with the new WPF controls everything seems fine right off the bat.  After developing for around 30 minutes I notice that my project is lagging extremely bad (taking 10 seconds to come back where I can type).  I take a look at my task manager and I am now at 3.5 GIGS when idle.
    This only seems to happen with the new WPF controls loaded.
    I have the following libraries loaded in my project:
     - Telerik.Windows.Controls
     - .Controls.Gridview
     - .Controls.Input
     - .Controls.Navigation
     - .Controls.RibbonBar (possible suspect)
     - Telerik.Windows.Data

    The controls that I am actually using my small project are:
     - RadGrid
     - RadRibbon
     - RadRibbonGroup
     - RadRibbonTab
     - RadRibbonButton
     - and other base WPF controls like normal textblock's and whatnot.

    I have before and after photo's of my machine's task manager to show stats if needed.

    This is a really big problem because I am having to restart my VS instance every 20-40 minutes (sometimes as little as 10 minutes).
    Has anyone else had this problem?  Is this a known issue?
  2. Milan
    Admin
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    1989 posts

    Posted 11 Nov 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Dan Hickox,

    We are unaware of this issue and we would like to resolve it as fast as possible.

    Unfortunately it is quite difficult to reproduce your scenario without more information. We will appreciated it if you could send us your project so that we can analyze it and pinpoint the exact problem.


    Kind regards,
    Milan
    the Telerik team

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