In my Xamarin Forms application (a UWP application) I have a use case that continuously does PushAndPull replications for up to an hour. My initial implementation used the continuous-mode replicationoption, but it froze the application after 40minutes or so. To “fix” this, I switched to one-shot replications which trigger on a 1 sec timer, but I see that it grows the memory footprint of the UWP app process at a constant rate of 3MB/minute, even though the application is idle from the user’s perspective.
I am using Jetbrains dotMemory to analyze this. When I compare memory snapshots I see that the incremental footprint comes from objects that are:
I can send the dotMemory snapshot files if that would help.