I guess its not critical but its unhelpful due to
a) Its nicer to users to upgrade products via refresh rather to bounce the
b) Its a pain when debugging memory leaks as you have to restart the server
for any code change.
I don't know the refresh code but would I be right in saying that a minimise
before doing the refresh would be a simple fix?
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"Andreas Jung" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
--On Freitag, 13. Mai 2005 16:06 Uhr +1000 Dylan Jay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> When performing a refresh I've read that the cache gets dumped. I've
> noticed after a refresh the reference counts to objects don't go down.
> Basically the entire cache seems to be leaked. Is this by design or is
> it a bug?
hm...is this a big issue since you should never run a production site in
and refresh only works in debug mode? *wink*
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