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Hello

The application has been opened four days, during this time I have noticed serious leakage of memory.

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The majority of connection to Windows server 2012 R2.


Hardware: Mac mini late 2012
OS: High Sierra (10.13.3)
App: Remote Desktop Manager Free (5.1.0.0)

Clock2 yrs

Hi Vitaliy,

We're aware of some memory leaks. Four days for it to reach from 300 some MB to 900 some MB is not really that surprising.

Thanks for informing us.

Except for launching RDP sessions, is there any other notable thing you've been doing those 4 days?

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock2 yrs

Hi.


My XML file in which addresses for connections are stored. Also I used only Microsoft RDP, but at the file there are https and ssh types.
For once I use no more than 10 MSRDP connections.
In total in the XML file there are 350 records.

Clock2 yrs

Thanks for the information.

This is on our Todo list. There is some difficulty with profiling, so it might be a while before we can start seeing some notable improvements.

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock2 yrs

Hello Xavier,

Since your last answer (12 months) have you worked on the memory leak issue ?

I use the last version (6.2.1.0) every day and have huge memory leaks if i keep the software open (last day 9Go with only three rdp open).

Thanks for your answer.

Samuel MERCIER

Clock9 mths

Hi,

Unfortunately, not much progress have been made in that regard.

How long do you usually use RDM without closing it to reach such memory usage?

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock9 mths

Open RDM this morning, so since 8h with 3 RDP Win 2016 sessions and RAM up to 5,6 Go upset

Clock9 mths

That is unexpected. Has opening those 3 RDP sessions the only been the only thing you've done in RDM?

This is especially surprising since the RDP sessions are actually run in external processes (if sandboxing is on, which is the default).

I'll try to see if I can reproduce.

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock9 mths

Yes this is the only thing i've done yesterday.

I find Sandbox option, is this necessary ? I can try to disable it (no sandbox option) if you think it's ok.

Thanks for your help Xavier !

Clock9 mths

Hi Samuel,

No, it would be better to leave it on. It can prevent crashes from RDP to terminate RDM. If anything, disabling it would be more likely to exacerbate the issue.

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock9 mths

Hi Samuel,

Could you tell me which data source type you are using (SQLite, SQL Server, Devolutions Online Drive, etc.)?

Best regards,

Xavier Fortin

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Clock9 mths

Xavier,

this is a local database on my Mac.

Clock9 mths