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Old 03-05-2010, 12:56 AM   #1
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Find memory leak for a process


Hi All,
Is there any link where i can get information about below?

Dirty memory
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if a set of process are getting executed in a use case say 50 times. How do one know the memory leak for a particular process?

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Sanjay
 
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Hi All,
Is there any link where i can get information about below?

Dirty memory
RSS
PSS
One more?
http://www.google.com
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if a set of process are getting executed in a use case say 50 times. How do one know the memory leak for a particular process?
Regards
Sanjay
You put your program into your debugger, and look at it.
 
  


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