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Memory leak

lefteris

New member
Hello to all!
I am using the 635 display for some months now.
Since I installed the lastest version of the software, I noticed that the service cc2_service.exe starts using about 11MB of memory.
After that, the memory that the service uses, grows to almost no limits.
After a couple of hours it goes above 100MB and in a day it can go more than 600MB!
Have you been aware of this problem?
Whenever I restart the service, it goes back to 11MB (but starts growing again).
Thanks.
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CF Mark

Administrator
Stop CC2.
Rename "cc2_wmi.dll" to "cc2_wmi.old" (or something like that).
Start CC2.

Does it still happen?
 

lefteris

New member
It's ok now!
The memory usage stays at 13340 KB for over an hour.
I use the wmi dll in order to show values from everest.
Does this mean I have to wait for you to release an updated version?
Thanks!
 

jc634

Administrator
I'm in the same boat as you. It only effects the Everest portion of the WMI plugin, as far as I can tell.

Hopefully, it gets fixed soon.

JC
 

lordtygr

New member
Unfortunatly, its not just the everest part of the plugin, i am using other wmi plug-in functions (not using everest... yet...), and i am also getting the memory increasse of 12Mb every 2 seconds or so.
 

CF Mark

Administrator
This is actually good news :)
I found it very hard to believe that the bug would effect Everest data only.

What data are you displaying that also has this mem leak?
Itll help me very much to track down the problem.
 

lordtygr

New member
I am using:

Namespace: root/wmi
class: MSNdis_EthernetCurrentAddress
Instances: inst0004 > Instancename, inst0006 > Instancename

The Screen I set it up on looks something like this <Text in here scrolls>:

WLAN: <Belkin 802.11g Network Adapter #2>
Up: XXXbps DN: XXXbps
LAN: <NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller>
Up: XXXbps DN: XXXbps

The 2 instances i am using is what returns the names of my adapters, everything else on this screen comes from perfmonitor plug-in.
 

jc634

Administrator
I added the same WMI info as lordtygr. Mem Usage (Kbyte) from the Task Manager:

Service Config
Start 10224 8696
Add a screen 9984 15676
Add a WMI screen 10396 17468
After 5 minutes 11892 17460
CC2 died
Restarted 15464 17460
After 5 minutes 16800 17452
Removed WMI screen 16372 16944
Stopped config 16372
Restarted CC2 from Services 14856
Restarted config 14920 8792
& steady

Sorry, the editor seems to remove extra spaces automatically...:(

My cc2_wmi.ini file:

[query00]
id=2377450185
namespace="root\\WMI"
class="MSNdis_EthernetCurrentAddress"
instance="inst0003"
item="InstanceName"
precision=2
[query01]
id=548803881
namespace="root\\WMI"
class="MSNdis_EthernetCurrentAddress"
instance="inst0002"
item="InstanceName"
precision=2

Anything else?

Jim
 

lordtygr

New member
i will when i get back to my pc. i'm travelling this weekend, but i should be back by sunday. it may be as late as monday evening though
 
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