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OutOfMemoryExceptions (assumed, could also be a timeout, no idea, lets just call it a failure) causes a guid to be written to the response buffer in the event of a failure along with an 200 OK response. This issue is not about an OOM error but is about the behaviors when an OOM occurs.
This seems to be related to the exception occurring after my function has completed as I return an HttpResponseMessage .
I am unable to reproduce this on my local machine but I can reproduce this on an S1.
I expect a request made to this resource to fail when memory limits are exceeded after the HttpResponseMessage is returned.
The function returns an HTTP 200 OK with a guid value in the response body. Note that the OOM is not occurring within the function itself but after the function has returned. I have no idea what this guid is or where it comes from.
I don't know of a workaround for this particular issue. I will open another issue related to the OOM I am experiencing.
Programming language used: C#
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