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Memory Leaks in a Process

My name is Jeffrey Worline, and I am a Senior Support Escalation Engineer on the Windows Performance Team at Microsoft. This blog addresses troubleshooting leaks occurring in a process to include identifying and data collection. This article assumes that you have already identified the process that is leaking. If you have not yet been able to identify where your leak is, please see my blog: MYSTERY MEMORY LEAK: WHERE DID MY MEMORY GO!

First thing we need to determine is memory consumption being caused by private data, heap data or some other memory type. We need to address the memory types differently.


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