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Re: Memory Leak Issue

From: Ben Fritz <fritzophrenic_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2014 09:58:44 -0500

On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 8:22 AM, <tmintel_at_gnrl.com> wrote:

> I recently upgraded to Labview 2014 and for about two months my computer
> started crashing. I eventually tracked the problem to the TSVN plugin
> downloaded through VIPM. Basically what would happen is as soon as I
> launched an actual project and the plugin was called into memory I could
> sit and watch my used memory slowly deplete. It would deplete until
> eventually the computer would run out of memory and crash. The memory
> wasn't claimed by any application in the resource monitor, it would just
> slowly get used and "disappear". When I closed LabView the memory wouldn't
> return to free memory. I uninstalled the TSVN plugin and the issue went
> away. I am still using the TSVN application to manage my source control
> through the windows explorer, just not through labview. If I had to guess
> it might be related to the fact that I'm using a 32 bit version of Labview
> and the 64 bit version of TSVN, but that's just a guess. I just wanted to
> let you guys know about it.
> I'm using
> Windows 7
> 32 bit LabView
> 64 bit TSVN v. 1.8.8
> and was using the latest plugin from the VIPM. Let me know if you guys
> want me to try anything in order to track down the bug.
Sorry if it's a stupid question, but what is VIPM?

And what "TortoiseSVN plugin" are you talking about that is separate than
the "TortoiseSVN application"?


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