FMSADMIN RESTART FMSE
is the command to restart the script engine.
I'm curious, but what are your settings for memory size in the filemaker server control panel? I'm not sure that memory is leaking as much as it is hogging. It could be filemaker is just filling it's allocated RAM cache until it fills up and starts to overwrite it.
EG if you have the filemaker cache size set for 14gb, it's filling up that 14gb and just overwriting it once full as needed.
I usually set the cache size to be 25% of total system memory on dedicated filemaker servers, although recently I've been upping that a bit for WebDirect servers to 35%.
Our reserved RAM for DB cache is 8192MB.
The size of fmsased will grow over 16GB. It just keeps going until we do FMSADMIN RESTART FMSE.
I have noticed this for quite some time on several versions of the server. Currently using latest version of FM 14 Server.
On reboot the system uses around 45% of available memory. Over the next week to 10 days, it will gradually grow to over 90%. System then requires another reboot.
Windows Server 2012 R2 64 bit, 22gb RAM. There is 8gb allocated to FM Server.
We have a number of server side scripts ruling, we also use Perform Script on Server.