In using 3.0, though, I'm wondering what kind of correlation we should see between GDI objects reported in the task manager and those reported in Profiler 3.0? The numbers don't seem to be directly related.
In particular, we have situations where the task manager reports steadily increasing GDI counts as the user does something repeatedly, but comparing profiler snapshots shows no delta of GDI (or USER) objects at all.
Do you have any suggestions?
However, if there is a risk that the destruction of a resource instance might get missed (e.g. if it might get destroyed by kernel code), the profiler will ignore the instance creation. For more information see http://memprofiler.com/OnlineDocs/resou ... ations.htm.
In your case, does the profiler present any allocations of USER and GDI instances? Do you have any idea what type of GDI objects are causing the count of objects to increase (e.g. bitmaps, fonts etc)?
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