Update to my Virtual Memory Map Viewer

Monday, June 1, 2009

I’ve uploaded an updated version of my Virtual Memory Map Viewer on CodePlex. This version has both 32 bit and a 64 bit executables, allowing viewing of 64 bit processes (as well as 32 bit). Quite interesting to see those large address spaces… You can download the latest from CodePlex.
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Virtual Memory Map Viewer Update

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Here’s an update to my Virtual Memory Map Viewer (for those interested). New features in this release: 1. Memory corresponding to thread stacks is indicated in the “Details” column in the view. 2. Memory mapped files are indicated in the “Details” column as well for mapped regions. 3. Status bar contains the following data for the selected process: Number of threads, total committed memory, private committed memory and working set (RAM currently consumed by process). These counters are updated every 3 seconds. 4. You can select rows in the view and get an indication in...

Virtual Memory Map Viewer

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Some of you old folks may recall a small tool called “Pwalk” (process walk), that showed the memory map of a running process. As the tool is hard to come by and is generally old, I decided to create a new one (maybe there’s something else like this out there). This is the first version – very basic, but gets the job done. It supports sorting by any column. I intend to add memory viewing capabilities, process heaps information and allocations in the future. Here’s a screen shot and the executable (no need to install. This is a 32...