Process Explorer 를 통해 Pool Memory를 확인 하는 방법
보통 Pool 크기를 여러가지로 추정하긴 하지만 가장 좋은 방법은 직접 확인 하는 거겠죠...^^
그래서 직접 확인 하는 그래도 제가 볼때 젤루 쉬운 방안을 알려드립니다...^^
- Download Process Explorer from the Microsoft Sysinternals Site.
- Unzip the contents of the Zip file to C:\ProcessExplorer
- Run ProcExp.exe
- The first thing you'll want to do is configure the Symbols and the dbghelp.dll path. If you leave the default path alone (see the image below), you'll get an error message that you haven't configured symbols - even if you have the Symbol path filled in (the Procexp.chm file in the ProcessExplorer folder provides instructions).
- To get the most out of Process Explorer however, you'll need to install the Microsoft Debugging Tools (we'll be needing these later anyway when we start getting into troubleshooting). This is important because you can specify the proper version of dbghelp.dll. Once you have Process Explorer fully configured (see the image below) for the settings, you're ready to check out your Pool Resources:
- Within Process Explorer, select View ... System Information ... and look at the Kernel Memory Section. The Paged Limit and NonPaged Limit show the current maximum values for the system you are examining.