I wouldn't rely on Task Manager to give you a good representation of memory
usage. You will have much better information if you set up some Perfmon
It is normal for the worker process to use a fair amount of memory. As
memory is needed the garbage collector will take care of it for you. You
have little control on when an object is GCd.
Hope that helps.
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>Ive been testing my web app by running and watching the memory usage
>of aspnet_wp.exe in the task manager.
>Ive done a pretty good job of freeing memory and setting collections
>and their elements to null, however the memory usage keeps growing.
>The usage does not seem to come down at all.
>Is there anything I can do?