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IronFelix



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IronFelix
Hi all!
Please tell me how can i get the amount of physical memory used by application at some moment?
With GetProcessWorkingSetSize i can only get min and max values, but it is more interesting for me to now the current size of physical memory allocated.
Thanks and regards.

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Post 14 Feb 2006, 12:43
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vid
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well, some libraries (DLLs) are shared, do you want to count these? if yes, don't forget to count always-included user32, gdi32, etc... if no, what about application private DLLs?

You see it's not so simple even to tell what is "memory used by application". Also if you say physical, you mean you don't want to count memory pages that are swapped on the disk. And I believe that would be problem...
Post 14 Feb 2006, 14:47
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r22



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do you mean the "Mem Usage" that say the task manager shows you for each program?
Post 14 Feb 2006, 20:29
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IronFelix



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Yes, i mean this memory. There are also some other interesting parameters in task manager, such as virtual memory, pools and son on.
Post 15 Feb 2006, 08:06
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I think i have found an answer - GetProcessMemoryInfo...
Post 15 Feb 2006, 08:15
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