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Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

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Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

If I leave ReadyAPI v3.3.1 open, its memory usage gradually increases and causes problems on my machine (it eventually crashes and shuts down if I forget to close it.)
I think this is a memory leak problem.

 

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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

Hey @avlasics,

Yep....sounds like a leak. Raise a support ticket with Smartbear. They'll want to be informed about this.

Cheers,

Rich
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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

Hey @avlasics,

Yep....sounds like a leak. Raise a support ticket with Smartbear. They'll want to be informed about this.

Cheers,

Rich
if this helped answer the post, could you please mark it as 'solved'? Also if you consider whether the title of your post is relevant? Perhaps if the post is solved, it might make sense to update the Subject header field of the post to something more descriptive? This will help people when searching for problems. Ta

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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

Thanks - I opened a ticket for this.

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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

Any response from Smartbear on fixing this bug?

Nothing in the 3.4.0 release notes to indicate that the memory leak problem has been addressed.

 

My team has also observed the severe memory consumption problem with ReadyAPI resulting in other applications failing to open/execute.  The only solution is to kill the ReadyAPI.exe process

 
With all the development and analysis tools available we can't just blame memory leaks on it being 2020...

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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

The VM we were using to run ReadyAPI was re-created, and the problem no longer occurred.
It appeared to be a problem with the VM - it has not happened again. 

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Re: Memory use grows if ReadyAPI left open

Hmm...  I hope you didn't close the ticket.
We've been experiencing the memory leak natively on Windows 10 Pro since version 3.3.1

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