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Memory Leak in perfRun.exe when running load test against a WebSocket Server

Memory Leak in perfRun.exe when running load test against a WebSocket Server

Whilst testing a WebSocket Server in Silk Performer, there is a known issue that leads to the perfRun.exe
process (process which indicates a virtual user is running upon a system) to gradually consume Physical Memory of the agent during the test run.

This has been recognised as a bug within Silk Performer and will be addressed with the release of Silk Performer 16.5.

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