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Topic Title: AM11 memory leak/memory creep
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Created On: 05/27/2018 06:25 PM
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 AM11 memory leak/memory creep   - JasonRiley - 05/27/2018 06:25 PM  
 AM11 memory leak/memory creep   - Ricardo Castaneda - 05/30/2018 03:14 PM  
 AM11 memory leak/memory creep   - JasonRiley - 06/01/2018 01:06 AM  
 AM11 memory leak/memory creep   - Ricardo Castaneda - 06/06/2018 12:48 PM  
 AM11 memory leak/memory creep   - MichaelShook - 06/25/2018 08:39 AM  
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JasonRiley
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AM11 11.0.5.8 AMTS grows in memory usage by about 0.1MB per second while our tasks are running until it exhausts memory on the machine and everything stops. It does it even if we run a basic task, such as the attached, on its own - running this task utilises a further 3MB of memory every 15 times it is run. When we turn off task triggering and wait, the memory utilised is not returned and AMTS just continues to occupy resources. The only way to resolve the issue is to restart. It looks to be churning through about 1GB-1.5GB of memory per day.


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