Use this forum for questions on how to use .NET Memory Profiler and how to analyse memory usage.
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I've recently discovered the allocation stack sorting in the type/resource details tab. This is very helpful. When I drill down to the type/method, I can determine how many instances of a particular type are held by a potentially misbehaving class. Although I can see live bytes related to the instances I can't seem to figure out a way to see held bytes. Is this information available somehow? This is useful when optimizing memory use as it would help to steer me towards the most significant problems.
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There is currently no way of showing or sorting on the number of held bytes for a call stack. Held bytes are only calculated for specific instances and presented in the instances list. However, it is a good suggestion and I have added it to our feature list for the next version.
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