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Welcome Guest! To enable all features please Login or Register. Microsoft Visual Studio is Busy. Rank: Newbie. I had been having this issue with Visual Studio I start it up and it is totally unresponsive.
It doesn’t seem to be doing anything at all. And it lasts forever. I once just put my laptop on the passenger seat on the way home and let it run and it never completed. I didn’t know what caused it. I eventually figured out how to fix it.
Open a smaller solution. Rebuild the smaller solution. Close the smaller solution. Reopen the large solution. For unrelated reasons, I shut off NCrunch a couple months ago. This morning, I turned it back on. There was an upgrade available so I installed that. What information do you need from me to figure out what’s going on?
Edit by user. Rank: NCrunch Developer. Hi, Try this: 1. Run your VS until it crashes in the way you’ve described 2. Load up a second of instance of VS and don’t open a solution, hopefully this won’t crash. If it does, load another up until you get a working instance. Using the second instance, attach the debugger onto the first instance of devenv. Break into the process. Open the list of running threads, find the main thread 5.
Open up the stack trace, copy paste the contents of the stack trace into this forum. InternalWaitOne System. WaitOne int millisecondsTimeout, bool exitContext Unknown mscorlib. WaitOne Unknown System. Invoke System.
WithLock System. Action act Unknown NuGetConsole. InvokeCore System. Pipeline pipeline, System. ExecuteInitScriptsAsync Unknown mscorlib.
RunAsync System. Initialize NuGetConsole. IConsole console Unknown NuGet. InnerInvoke Unknown mscorlib. Execute Unknown mscorlib. ExecutionContextCallback object obj Unknown mscorlib. RunInternal System. ExecutionContext executionContext, System. ContextCallback callback, object state, bool preserveSyncCtx Unknown mscorlib.
Run System. ExecuteWithThreadLocal ref System. Task currentTaskSlot Unknown mscorlib. TryExecuteTask System. Task task Unknown Microsoft. DoOneTask Unknown Microsoft. ProcessQueue Unknown Microsoft. InternalRealCall System. Delegate callback, object args, int numArgs Unknown WindowsBase. TryCatchWhen object source, System.
Delegate callback, object args, int numArgs, System. Delegate catchHandler Unknown WindowsBase. InvokeImpl Unknown WindowsBase. InvokeInSecurityContext object state Unknown mscorlib. ContextCallback callback, object state Unknown WindowsBase. Run MS. Invoke Unknown WindowsBase. ProcessQueue Unknown WindowsBase. WndProcHook System. IntPtr hwnd, int msg, System.
IntPtr wParam, System. WndProc System. LegacyInvokeImpl System. DispatcherPriority priority, System. TimeSpan timeout, System. Delegate method, object args, int numArgs Unknown WindowsBase. SubclassWndProc System. IntPtr lParam Unknown. I had turned off NCrunch since I first posted. I turned it on a couple days ago. This morning, I got the dreaded hang. Here is that stack trace you requested. I also captured a dump file that’s about MB 7zip’d.
If you want that, let me know where to send it. I sent you a link to the dump file via the website contact form. Thanks for the dump file. Because the code here is all internal MS code, I am unfamiliar with its purpose or function. I can say with confidence that this crash is not the fault of NCrunch.
It’s possible that by having NCrunch loaded, the sequence of events inside your IDE is different and this causes the deadlock to surface. I recommend sharing this with Microsoft. With the dump file, they’ll likely have a good chance of being able to figure this out and hopefully resolve it.
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