Skip to content
Search to learn about InterSystems products and solutions, career opportunities, and more.

Advisory: Increased Process Memory Usage

InterSystems has corrected a defect that causes increased process memory usage.

Specifically, the increased consumption of local process partition memory occurs when executing $Order, $Query, or Merge on local variables. While this will have no detrimental impact for most running environments, environments that support a large number of processes or closely limit Maximum Per-Process Memory could be impacted. Some processes may experience errors.

The defect exists in 2023. but it is reposted as 2023. with the fixes included, to expedite the correction without clients needing to wait for a maintenance release.

The corrections for this defect are identified as DP-423127 and DP-423237. These will be included in all future versions.

The defect appears in versions 2022.2, 2022.3, and 2023.1 (build 229) of InterSystems IRIS®, InterSystems IRIS for Health™, and HealthShare® Health Connect. If you are running one of these versions, we suggest upgrading to 2023.1 (build 235).

This correction is also available via Ad hoc distribution.

If you have any questions regarding this alert, please contact the Worldwide Response Center.

Latest Alerts & Advisories

Sign Up Today

Receive notifications on support alerts, critical issues,
fixes, and product releases.
*Required Fields
Highlighted fields are required
*Required Fields
Highlighted fields are required
By submitting this form, you give consent to receive notifications concerning support alerts, critical issues, important updates, fixes, and product releases via email. In addition, you consent to your business contact information being entered into our CRM solution that is hosted in the United States, but maintained consistent with applicable data protection laws.
**By clicking here, you give consent to be contacted for news, updates and other marketing purposes related to existing and future InterSystems products, offerings, and events.