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How would this be designed in the .NET world?

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Assume that on a Windows 2003 or 2008 server anywhere from 5 to 15 services all use the same list.  The list is just a hash table of keys and values that change once a week.  Every service has a read-only interface.  No service can change the content of the hash table.  We already have a dll that loads the hash table and this dll is referenced by every service.  So we have between 5 and 15 copies of the same hash table in memory.  Constantly being loaded and released as the services start and stop.

How can I load a single instance of this hash table into memory and expose it to any service or process that cares to read it?  We will be using .Net c# 4.0.  Could you point me towards a pattern or other reading?

Thanks for your opinion.
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This is a nice approach. It stays away from SharedMemMaps :-)

http://www.dolittle.no/blogs/einar/archive/2007/05/18/cross-appdomain-singleton.aspx
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Thank you.  Excellent link.
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