Defrag Tools: #7 - VMMap

Play Defrag Tools: #7 - VMMap

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    Roger

    Hey Andrew, Where did you get that great t-shirt ?

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    windev

    @Roger: They all come from the Microsoft Company Store (the shop on Redmond campus, as opposed to the retail shops we now have). You'll have to come visit campus!

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    Geekydev26

    Excellent presentation, I was using the vmmap earlier today to troubleshoot a memory leak issue and was overwhelmed with the stats. This makes it clear. Thank you!

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    Rambabu

    Hi,

    I understand the Heap Allocations button should allow me to see call stacks, but the button is always disabled (grayed out) no matter what I try. (I used the "Launch and Trace New Process" feature to run my application, but it doesn't help.)

    Thanks
    Rambabu

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    Darshan

    Hi

    I want to know the whole system physical and virtual memory map with system.
    how can i know that, as vmmap only tell about particular process.
    As in linux there is /proc/kallsyms. so for windows is there anything similar.

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    astrid
    Hi,

    Gr8 information here!
    While analyzing my application using Vmmap, I could see Heap of size 16192KB. However only part of it is committed and rest is reserved.
    Do you know why such a big chunk (16192KB) of Heap is allocated? and who allocates it? (Because my application does not allocate such huge heapmemory).

    THanks.

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