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Loader process memory usage creeping up in 10.2.2

I had this problem before but it seemed to have gone away with earlier patches, but since 10.2.2 I'm seeing it again. Anybody else? Anything I can look at or try to help mitigate the problem?
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Re: Loader process memory usage creeping up in 10.2.2

Could this be related to the size of the log file. I checked and found a fairly large log file which I deleted (moved) and restarted and now my loader service is using much less memory even than it was using on my last few restarts. If this is a possibility, is there some guidance for cleaning out these log files?
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Re: Loader process memory usage creeping up in 10.2.2

willmw;1942532 wrote:
Could this be related to the size of the log file. I checked and found a fairly large log file which I deleted (moved) and restarted and now my loader service is using much less memory even than it was using on my last few restarts. If this is a possibility, is there some guidance for cleaning out these log files?



Which log file, loader-messages?

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Re: Loader process memory usage creeping up in 10.2.2

Yes. The loader-messages log was just under 6mb. May just be coincidental, but it definitely lowered the starting memory usage for the loader process to clean out that log file. (btw, the services-messages log was over 7mb...I cleaned it up too).
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