Compilation continuously increases (non) paged pool memory usage
Tue Dec 29 19:50:00 GMT 2015
>>What is leaking here?
> Here are some hard numbers:
> After the system booted up, nonpaged 70 MB, paged WS 208 MB.
> One compilation later: nonpaged 157MB, paged WS 289 MB.
> Another one later: 249 MB, 342 MB.
> At the moment I'm at 550 MB nonpaged, 650 MB paged WS.
> The number of system threads and handles remains about the same.
> poolmon shows the main growth of nonpaged memory with tag "Proc"
> (process objects) and paged with tag "Toke" (token objects).
> xperf shows cygwin1.dll under Proc.
> How could I debug better what is leaking here?
Usual suspects are BLODA. Most often, antiviruses of questionable origin and
Try same tests on a separate system, or in a VM.
With best regards,
Tuesday, December 29, 2015 22:37:01
Sorry for my terrible english...
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