Invoking crmservice: CPU and memory peaking

The last few days i’ve been working on a WCF service which is using a few other services as sources. One of the source is the crmservice. Somehow when i was programming against the crmservice everything went smooth when i was testing it in the development server of Visual studio (Cassini). When i deployed the WCF service on a webserver in IIS the service was performing very poor. The CPU and the memory was rising sky high. It took me a while to figure it out, but a colleague of my pointed me to a very good post which was a start for solving my problem. I am not a CRM guru, so this post is maybe for some of you old news but you have to check this post of the CRM team. Down in the comments someone has a step by step description. You can find it here. Hopefuly you don’t have to spent to much time solving this issue.

Regards

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One Response to Invoking crmservice: CPU and memory peaking

  1. Nishant Rana says:

    Thank you for your guidance 🙂

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