Any help or insight will save my day and will be greatly appreciated!!
I have an ASP.NET MVC application which uses ninject as the IOC container. I see some strange performance issues when running a job on the background. When running the same job within the ASP.NET application, things are normal.
So, if I run directly in Application_Start() like this, everything is fine
var schedulerService = DependencyResolver.Current.GetService();
But when run through hangfire, the heap is filled with tons of objects and results in out of memory exception. Not sure why it is allocating so many objects all of a sudden.
var kernel = new Ninject.Web.Common.Bootstrapper().Kernel;
BackgroundJob.Enqueue((q) => q.RunTasks(context));
What am I doing wrong? Anyone has experienced anything like this?