following Microsofts leads how to troubleshoot memory leaks in kernel drivers I came across the poolmon.exe tool from the NT CD.
The tool helped me to pinpoint the problem in a network card driver. Great.
Now to the question: the tool lists memory usage by "pool tags". The pool tags are all up to 4 characters long, and read like "CM", "INOF", "LSwi" and such.
I am not a Windows developer, but just an admin. Now with some intuition and trial and error it is possible to link INOF to an Inoculan Virus Protetion product, but for the poolmon tool to be usable I need a way to match the pool tags to drivers and services.
Question: which other tools do I need to find out which pool tag points to which driver? Is tehre a better tool that lists the pool tags along with the drivers they belong to?