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I've encountered an issue where I've had to disable Typermock due to it seeming to consume (nearly) all of my system memory shortly after opening my Visual Studio solution. The issue becomes particularly acute if I attempt to build. (I have Typemock running after build disabled). Very regularly I've found VS consuming in excess of 10GB of RAM, while my co-workers will be sitting around 2GB at most.
I feel like I was encountering this intermittently before the lastest changes I started working on, but I have been working on a .NET 6 upgrade recently that (shouldn't) may be contributing?

Are there any known issues right now? Is there a compatibility issue with .NET 6? Could something be wrong in VS?
Typemock v.
VS Professional v. 17.3.5
asked by WuGing (600 points)

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Hi Joshua,

Sorry for what you are exepreincing.
We don't have any known performance issues with VS.

Can you please try deleting the IsolatorCache from the source code directory before opening the solution once more?
Please keep us posted if the system behaves the same after that.

Alon Sapozhnikov.
Support Specialist.

answered by Alon_TypeMock (8.9k points)