FileSieve 4

  • Status Assigned
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  • Task Type Bug Report (minor)
  • Category Backend / Core
  • Assigned To
    Joseph Cox
  • Operating System All
  • Severity Medium
  • Priority Low
  • Reported Version 4.00
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Attached to Project: FileSieve 4
Opened by Joseph Cox - 21 November 2016

FS#15 - Memory is not being released in a timely manner after processing

This may be down to the Windows API call FindNextFile() and file handles.

While it may not actually be a problem, I’d rather not use more memory the more files that are processed - even if memory usage goes up by just a few hundred megabytes for 4 to 5 million files, eliminating this memory usage would still be a win.

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Joseph Cox commented on 21 November 2016 02:12 PM

Used the Visual Studio memory profiler and the memory usage is simply due to the sheer number of file objects (around 140 bytes each).

Maybe add a NoPrescan Get Files Mode to the Source Item Editor for users that have limited memory that need to scan files ranging in the tens of millions to billions - unlikely, but why have the limit when it can potentially be removed? Besides, some people might not care about the prescan and would just rather FileSieve immediately begin the sorting process.

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