troubleshooting Question

asp.net suspected memory leak issue

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shahjagatFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi,

We are having a  asp.net application deployed on windows 2008 server.
The users are not able to log in to the application all of a sudden. It stays on the login page forever without logging in.
I checked perfmon.exe.
I added counters for private bytes, bytes in all heaps and # current logical threads.

bytes in all heaps and current logical threads remain steady.
I do not see anything for private bytes counter.
Why does it not show any line in for this counter? What does it mean?

if bytes in all heaps remains constant, it might not be a managed memory issue. The problem might be with the unmanaged memory.
How do i detect this issue?

In the asp.net debug mode(development machine), can i see if any objects are not disposed?

Thanks
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