Hi,

This is a bit anecdotal at the moment, as I just want to find out if anyone else has suffered with this and maybe found (or can think of) a solution.

When I set a service entry point (SEP) on a program, and the program enters debug mode, I can set Watch Breakpoints which allow the program to break at a particular line when a condition is met. If I use this feature in the middle of a common loop, I get exactly what I want although the program runs at about 1000% the usual speed. (Not ideal but I can live with this, I suppose.)

However, when I finally disable the watch breakpoint, or even delete it, the program still runs very, very slowly, as if it is still checking the watch breakpoint condition. The program continues to run at an incredibly slow pace and I am forced to wait up to 45 minutes for the program to complete even though there are no breakpoints anywhere in the source. (Normally the program takes 4-5 minutes, possibly 10-15 minutes with disabled non-watch breakpoints.) If I start the program again, without any breakpoints setup (but still with the SEP), the program still takes 45+ minutes to complete.

Has anyone else seen this problem, and have they found a way to get the program to run at normal speeds after the breakpoints are no longer required? I could remove the SEP for the second run of the program, and that helps, but if I am too impatient after the first 45 minute wait and forget to remove the SEP then I either have to kill the program (causing damage to data) or wait another 45 minutes for it to complete.


Best regards,
Paul

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