Ok, let me re-word it then, is there a way i can keep a process
from using Disk writes as a form of it's own memory use?.... I
already know that it is a memory "thing" since the program never
uses the disk to write out any files. (during the process)... nor
use the disk in any other way, except for the memory being "virtual".
You don't know, you assume, and everybody here know that assumptions
Instead of basing your work on false assumptions, use the proper tools
to determine what is the issue, as Shawn suggest.
there are no files being accessed, only the webView.... that is
it's source of data.... it's only source. it works on that data,
finishes, and does nothing for 20 more seconds. (a trigger can
happen, but even if there was no trigger, the disk writes are
On Oct 10, 2009, at 10:08 AM, Shawn Erickson wrote:
This is, as stated, nonsensical.
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