I was watching an really interesting recording of Vance Morrison at Channel 9 (http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/NET-45-V ... provements) where he was talking about a new tool that was going to be able to fold all those string, object arrays that always are at the top of a most used type of objects into its owning object. That would be a really nice feature in .Net Memory Profiler aswell.
Please watch the video to get a better explenation.
One thing that is missing in .NET Memory Profiler is "combined held bytes", e.g. the total held bytes for all instances of a specific type. Since held instances will overlap, it's not possible to just sum the held bytes values, it must be calculated for all involved instances at once. This is something that will be included in the next version.
For more information about held instances/bytes, see the online documentation.
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