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WR Memory Usage
User Mohammed Sha (email@example.com) posted:
Is there some way I can measure the memory WR takes up when a compiled
module is loaded, ie; if it takes any extra memory. I tried looking up Task
Manager before and after loading a module. Results were inconclusive.
It says the functions would be loaded into memory in documentation. If thats
so, would there be any visible difference in the memory utilization levels
before and after loading a module?
Would really appreciate if some one could share their experience.
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Re: WR Memory Usage
User Sunil Kumar (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
There are many process monitors available for download in the net.These
monitors can show the graph/counts of current utilization of each
application/process based on its memory..
Re: WR Memory Usage
User jayankandathil (email@example.com) posted:
Key question is what operating system you are running on. If you're
running Windows 9x, your options might be limited. Try the free
utilities at Mark Russinovich's SysInternals at: http://www.sysinternals.com
Also, if you're running Windows NT or 2K, use Performance Monitor.
It will let you track memory usage by thread. It's a little tricky.
Choose the "Object" as 'Process', then under "Instance", find the
WinRunner processand then choose varopus counters like 'Private
Bytes' or 'Working Set'.
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