Monthly Archives: April 2009

Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster (If help for a problem someone has, juice it I should)

Just after the OutOfMemory monster raised it’s head, was slayed and is now believed to have vanished in the test lab, Tess posted a link to a great graphical address space analysis tool that can actually visualize the cut that … Continue reading

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Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster (Dynamic-Link Library Relocation Edition)

I started something. There seemed to be a memory monster in my process and I wanted to find it.   To investigate who was pulling the blanket, I looked at the allocated virtual addresses with the wonderful windbg extension command … Continue reading

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Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster (Large Object Heap Fragmentation Edition)

If you’re interested in the equivalence of Stephen King’s "It" in the world of software programming, have a look at ReedR’s Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster post. It’s really scary. This week I’m starting to face a similar monster and … Continue reading

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Cannot use Information Card (Windows CardSpace) with myOpenID in Internet Explorer 8

If you’re one of the two people using Windows CardSpace with myOpenID and recently updated to IE8, you may have to switch to “Compatibility View” on the myOpenID login page to be able to log in. Google has it, other … Continue reading

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