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Angular issue on 32-bit Chrome brower probably memory leak - Can Dynatrace help?

dirk_meersseman
Contributor

We have an Angular application used on 32-bit Chrome browser. After a number of operations, there is a crash on the Chrome 32-bit browser. We assume the issue is related with a memory leak on browser level.

Does Dynatrace provide a means to get more insight on the memory usage on browser level. (memory used, objects in memory, ...)?

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birtan_ozel
Inactive

Hello Dirk,

I would try the Browser Agent. It gives you the option to analyze the performance in the browser. The gathered information are not browser internal metrics though these are information gathered from the running code, like Hotspots, Javascript errors... This may already be enough for you to find the root cause.

Edit: I forgot, that the Browser Agent is only available for Firefox/IE, so if this issue is only Chrome related, this wont help you.

Best regards,

Birtan

Hello Birtan,

Thank you for your hint on the browser agent.
Unfortunately our customer uses the Angular application only on Chrome.

Best regards
Dirk

Hello Birtan,

Thanks for the suggestion regarding the browser agent.
Unfortunately the Angular application is used only with the Chrome browser.

Best regards
Dirk

Hello Birtan,
Thanks you for the suggestion to try the browser agent.
Unfortunately the Angular Application is used only with the Chrome browser
Regards
Dirk

Hello Birtan,
Thanks you for the suggestion to try the browser agent.
Unfortunately the Angular Application is used only with the Chrome browser
Regards
Dirk

Hello Birtan,
Thank you for the suggestion to try the browser agent.
Unfortunately the Angular Application is used only with Chrome.
Best regards
Dirk

Hello Birtan,
Good suggestion. Unfortunately the Angular application is only used with Chrome.
Best regards
Dirk

andreas_grabner
Dynatrace Guru
Dynatrace Guru

I suggest to use the Chrome Dev Tools. They have gotten really good in hunting memory leaks. I will also reach out to our dev team to see whether they have any other tools to recommend as they are testing a lot of angular apps

Hello Andi,
Thanks for your input. So no Dynatrace solution for this.
Best regards
Dirk