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On my research list: FastMM4 LogAllocatedBlocksToFile to help find pseudo “leaks”: allocations released at application end, but during run-time progressively increase memory usage

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/08/01

From a quick scan for LogAllocatedBlocksToFile, I found these links I need to dig deeper into:

This in oder to spot “leaks” at run-time that are being release at process end, but build up memory usage over time. Some might call them “live leaks”.

Basically this is a technique I used a long time ago when I wrote a memory allocation dumper and parsing tool combination in the Turbo/Borland Pascal era called “Korsakov” (I might even have updated that to Delphi 1 once, but soon in Delphi better tools became available).

Another tool that might help here is [WayBackGitHub – yavfast/dbg-spider: Spider – Delphi profiler with docs at [WayBack] Spider – Delphi profiler:


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