because my windows service application uses a lot of memory (about 500 MB) storing all data in strings, I was looking for s.th. making the memory allocation and release faster. QMemory (http://homepages.borland.com/torry/debug.htm
looks very interesting.
But I'm not able to include this new memory manager in my windows service. When I put the qmemory-unit as the first unit in the project file, then I get an out of memory error while installing the service (where it makes no difference, how much memory I'm allocating with QMemInstall). When I execute QMemInstall later (in my serviceexecute-method), everything looks fine, until later the application crashes (I assume, because the original memory manager did some work before I started the new one). Experiments with ShareQmm failed, too.
Before I make experiments for endless hours, I want to ask you: How can I use qmemory (or another good memory manager) in a windows service application?
Thanks for your help.