[fdo-users] Memory Leak in King Oracle Provider?

Haris Kurtagic haris at sl-king.com
Fri Jun 29 09:43:04 EDT 2007

I just tried 1.1 with King.Oracle 0.7.


I couldn't reproduce memory leak. Memory will rise, especially if I have
multiple connections to Oracle and large schema (many FDO classes) but
it got released if connection is closed 

and I cannot see memory usage rising incrementally.


I am trying with redding parcels sample data. I could try with your data
if yuu can send it to me.




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[mailto:fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Campbell, Keith
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 2:59 PM
To: fdo-users at lists.osgeo.org
Subject: [fdo-users] Memory Leak in King Oracle Provider?


I've been observing the memory usage of MapGuide Server 1.1.0 when
accessing Oracle spatial data with the King FDO provider for Oracle, v
0.7.0. Each time the polyline layer is turned on, memory usage of MGOS
server increases by about 14MB, and it is not subsequently reclaimed.
Accessing the same data in an SDF data source, increases memory usage
slightly when the initial request is made, but it then returns to it's
previous level.

Are there any settings/configuration that need to be made in order to
stop this memory leak in the Oracle data source? Or is this simply a
feature of the Oracle provider?



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