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vrf Memory Eater

Question asked by martin.papproth on Jan 10, 2005
> > the task manager can't possibly give you a clear idea of
> > what's going on.

Don't forget about the Windows Performance Monitor. Built into every Windows system since NT you can obtain even more information from there. Log & see Peak memory usage, handle counts, etc. on process or even thread base.
It helped us a lot some time ago in order to identify memory leakages which were combined with handle leakage as well (which is even worse in Windows environment...)

Of course it does not supersede a debugger to find the real cause in code, but it can give you a some more detailed view on the symptom.

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