R#4 OutOfMemory Issues

VS2005 and VS2008

R# 4 suffers from OutOfMemory (OOM) errors when editing the HTML, of ASP.NET server controls in particular. I feel that it is important, however, that if I am not changing the HTML the OOM problem does not show up for a number of hours, whereas if I am actively changing the HTML I get the OOM after only 5 to 10 minutes.

I understand the problem with VS not handling the memory issues. However, the fact that the only times that I have the problem is when editing HTML is critical.

I have tried the wrappers that were provided last month as a fix to this error, but the wrappers do not seem to be very stable - they cause other types of issues in the day to day usage (logging errors in particular). The wrappers do seem to reduce the OOM errors greatly, however, but do not remove them completely. I still get the OOM errors after about 30 minutes if editing the HTML.

Is there any information that I can capture for you to help in the resolution of this issue? I find that attempting to work without R# is so painful that I might as well be using Notepad for the IDE, but the constant restarting of VS when working on HTML reduces the usefulness of the IDE to a bare minimum.

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I can confirm that I have experienced this issue as well. When it gets
particularly bad, disabling R# isn't enough either--I have to restart the
entire IDE. It would appear that there are rogue threads failing to
terminate.

Regards,
Mike

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VS2005 and VS2008

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  1. 4 suffers from OutOfMemory (OOM) errors when editing the HTML, of

ASP.NET server controls in particular. I feel that it is important,
however, that if I am not changing the HTML the OOM problem does not show
up for a number of hours, whereas if I am actively changing the HTML I get
the OOM after only 5 to 10 minutes.

>

I understand the problem with VS not handling the memory issues. However,
the fact that the only times that I have the problem is when editing HTML
is critical.

>

I have tried the wrappers that were provided last month as a fix to this
error, but the wrappers do not seem to be very stable - they cause other
types of issues in the day to day usage (logging errors in particular).
The wrappers do seem to reduce the OOM errors greatly, however, but do not
remove them completely. I still get the OOM errors after about 30 minutes
if editing the HTML.

>

Is there any information that I can capture for you to help in the
resolution of this issue? I find that attempting to work without R# is so
painful that I might as well be using Notepad for the IDE, but the
constant restarting of VS when working on HTML reduces the usefulness of
the IDE to a bare minimum.


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Visual Studio has a way of detecting reloading projects when the *.sln file changes by a third-party app (such as during an SVN update where somebody else added another project to your solution.) When the project gets loaded this way the memory doubles. This is a nasty bug in my book.

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Same problems here. R# 4.0.762.23 and VS2008. After some active ASPX editing eats >500 mb and becomes prety much unusable.

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