So my company tends to have a lot of stuff written to use Tibco's Rendezvous, fine product that it is. We also tend to write a lot of stuff in C# and various other dotnet languages.
Apparently this is a problem.
In low message volume apps, we have no issues. However, with high message volumes, our unmanaged memory spikes and lots of bad things happen. If we look at the messages, we're not falling behind so that's not the issue. It seems that RV is not properly disposing of the objects or at least not fast enough.
Anyone else seen this? I've heard rumors that the COM interface doesn't suffer from this issue, and the C++ interface is solid (causing us to make some C# -> C++ conversions).