After lots of research, this one:
turned out to be the best for us.
We have been seeing memory leaks in the VS Studio IDE 2003 for quite some time now. We have an open case with Microsoft. After numerous hang dumps and perfmon logs they finally think they figured it out.
A bug was reported to them today a compilation domain assembly memory leak when using SecurityPermissions. We use this in all of our assemblies. They are working on this now and hope to have it resolved in a month or so. I will keep you posted.
From Brian Noyes:
Hopefully by now you have heard that .NET Rocks! is doing a road show in October and early November across the country to celebrate the Whidbey launch. You can read about the details here:
We (CapArea.NET) will be hosting them for the DC area at the Reston Microsoft office on 19 Oct. If you could please let your members know, I’m sure there are lots of .NET Rocks fans out there who would be interested to take part in a live show and meet Carl and Richard if they haven’t already. When you spread the word, please pass them this registration link as well so that we can monitor how many people are signed up to have plenty of food, drink, and swag available.
In case they live on the north side of town or can’t make the 19th, you might also want to make them aware that the road show will be hitting Baltimore the previous night at Randy’s group CMAP.
/// Brian Noyes
/// IDesign, Inc.