The Allocation profiler traces the memory use in 32-bit and 64-bit applications during the application run. It also helps you determine whether allocated memory blocks or objects remain in memory after the application execution is over.
The topics of this section provide detailed information about the Allocation profiler.
Provides a general overview of the Allocation profiler.
Describes the options that allow you to customize the Allocation profiler’s functionality.
Walk through this tutorial to get started with the Allocation profiler.
Allocation Profiler Results
Provides a brief description of results generated by the Allocation profiler.
Describes the structure of results that are grouped under the Classes Data category.
Describes the structure of results that are grouped under the Objects category
Describes how to filter profiling results and hide leaks that are of no interest for the analysis (such as leaks produced by standard libraries and IDEs).
Describes how to view call stacks in AQTime.
Describes how to trace functions that allocate or deallocate memory.
Describes how to check whether an application writes to addresses that are out of bounds of an allocated memory block.
Describes how to trace attempts to access released memory.
Contains recommendations on how to reduce the amount of collected profiling results.
Specifics of Analyzing Applications With the Allocation Profiler
Describes the specifics of profiling Visual C++ applications.
Describes the specifics of profiling Visual Basic applications.
Describes the specifics of profiling Delphi applications.
Describes the specifics of profiling C++Builder applications.
Describes the specifics of profiling Intel C++ and Borland C++ applications.
Related Topics of Interest
Describes the specifics of profiling .NET applications with AQTime.
Provides a general scheme of finding memory leaks with the Allocation profiler.
Explains how to search for memory block violations.
Describes how you can trace references between objects in managed applications.
Describes the structure of Allocation profiler results exported to a database.
Describes how you can display information on existing class instances and memory blocks in real time.