- Artykuły z tagiem memory

So…after quite a serious thing which was writing Pro .NET Memory Management book, I’ve decided to experiment with a little pet project for having some more fun. I have quite a few very interesting ideas going on in my head. Yet, I needed to choose one! And that’s how an idea of OutOfMemory game prototype materialized!

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OutOfMemory – a nerdy card game for developers! – TooSlowException

Inne 401 dni, 5 godzin, 20 minut temu KonradKokosa 99 źrodło rozwiń

Would be post-mortem finalization available thanks to phantom references useful in .NET? What is your opinion, especially based on your experience with the finalization of your use cases? Please, share your insights in comments!

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Do we need JVM’s PhantomReference in .NET? – TooSlowException

Inne 511 dni, 3 godziny, 56 minut temu KonradKokosa 75 źrodło rozwiń

Hi all! I am thrilled to announce that after more than two years of intensive book writing, it is finally available for preorder! Its about 800 pages are solely dedicated to the topic of .NET memory management and its Garbage Collector. With many, many internal workings of all this. I believe, personally, that there is currently no single book or even finite set of articles online that give so comprehensive insight into this topic. As a person who sincerely loves .NET a...

Tagi: .Net, book, gc, memory
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[TooSlowException blog] Pro .NET Memory Management book pre-order

Inne 629 dni, 4 godziny, 53 minuty temu KonradKokosa 92 źrodło rozwiń

Wanna know a bit more about LOH? Let's examine it in today's post about a bit forgotten Large Object Heap :)

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[.NET Internals 08] What about Large Object Heap (LOH)? – Dawid's blog

Sztuka programowania 630 dni, 4 godziny, 40 minut temu dsibinski 63 źrodło rozwiń

Wanna know what is fReachable queue, how finalization works in .NET and how to use a Dispose pattern? Come and read a new post in my .NET Internals series :)

[.NET Internals 07] Unmanaged resources: finalization, fReachable queue and dispose pattern – Dawid's blog

Sztuka programowania 637 dni, 4 godziny, 34 minuty temu dsibinski 43 źrodło rozwiń

Examining garbage collection in more details today. We'll see what is marking phase, actual collection process and heaps compaction to make it more efficient. Come and read! :)

[.NET Internals 05] Garbage collection: marking, collection and heaps compaction – Dawid’s blog

Sztuka programowania 651 dni, 4 godziny, 56 minut temu dsibinski 61 źrodło rozwiń

Let's continue the .NET Internals series and see Boxing and Unboxing today :)

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[.NET Internals 03] Boxing and unboxing – Dawid’s blog

Sztuka programowania 665 dni, 23 godziny, 41 minut temu dsibinski 50 źrodło rozwiń

First, introductory post to my new ".NET Internals" series. Next posts will be published each Wednesday from today, so I invite you all to follow the series :) First post is the introduction to basic concepts of memory structure.

[.NET Internals 01] Basics of memory structure – Dawid’s blog

Sztuka programowania 679 dni, 4 godziny, 48 minut temu dsibinski 112 źrodło rozwiń

Reducing memory allocations from 7.5GB to 32KB Table of Contents Context of the problem Establishing a baseline Easy win 1 Easy win 2 Splits are never cool Lists are not always nice Pooling byte arrays Goodbye StringBuilder Skipping commas The war between classes and structs Goodbye StreamReader TLDR

Tagi: C#, memory
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[EN] Strings Are Evil - Reducing memory allocations from 7.5GB to 32KB

Architektura 719 dni, 23 godziny, 39 minut temu Piotr Stapp 158 źrodło rozwiń

A few months ago I wrote an article about Zero GC in .NET Core 2.0. This proof of concept was based on a preview version of .NET Core 2.0. However upcoming .NET Core 2.1 contains many improvements in that field so I’ve decided to write follow up post. I’ve also answered one of the questions bothering me for a long time – how would real usage of Zero GC like in the context of ASP.NET Core application?

Tagi: CLR, gc, memory
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Zero Garbage Collector for .NET Core 2.1 and ASP.NET Core 2.1 – TooSlowException

Inne 846 dni, 4 godziny, 44 minuty temu KonradKokosa 194 źrodło rozwiń

Memory Visualizer wymaga udostępnienia języka zapytań odnośnie obiektów i struktur w pamięci. Jak pisałem w części Cypher, co to jest?!, język ten nazywam MQL - Memory Query Language. W istocie jest to jednak po prostu Cypher, który rozszerzę o elementy kontrolujące...

Tagi: cypher, gc, memory, neo4j
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Blog Kokosa | MemoryVisualizer - Memory Query Language

Daj się poznać 2016 1506 dni, 4 godziny, 53 minuty temu KonradKokosa 42 źrodło rozwiń

While working as a developer within SharePoint – farm solutions, every developer has come across Memory Leaks, but what actually are memory leaks and how to defend your code from them?

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[EN] SharePoint Memory Leaks

Office 1533 dni, 2 godziny, 39 minut temu qba8 32 źrodło rozwiń

This article is a continuation of my previous article. It shows how to create a custom intern pool that does not fragment the LOH and how to further improve it.

Tagi: C#, memory
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[EN] String Hazards - Custom Intern Pool |

Inne 2311 dni, 3 godziny, 31 minut temu Badamczewski 104 źrodło rozwiń

Today I would like to introduce you to Process Governor – a new tool I added to my .NET diagnostics toolkit. This application allows you to set a limit on a memory committed by a process. I wrote this tool to test my .NET applications (including web applications) for memory leaks. With it I can check if under heavy load they won’t throw OutOfMemoryException.

Tagi: .Net, logging, memory
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[EN] Set process memory limit with Process Governor | Low Level Design

Narzędzia 2378 dni, 2 godziny, 55 minut temu lowleveldesign 67 źrodło rozwiń

Tym razem troche o Memory Profilingu.

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WTBI | Absolutne minimum o Dispose i GC pt. 2

Windows 3678 dni, 21 godzin, 12 minut temu turek 116 źrodło rozwiń


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