Hi, Hope this is the correct newsgroup.
I am trying to follow a Delphi /Win2k memory consumption problem by continuously viewing HeapStatus. For a reason that I'm trying to figure out, my TotalAddrSpace grows continuously, slowly, until the program crashes. Each time I show a form and close it, the TotalAddrSpace grows a by a megabyte or two, and returns to a number bigger than when I showed it. ALso, When I show a form, TotalAddrSpace and TOtalUncommitted grow.
FOr starters, if a form is
designed correctly with regard to memory allocation, should TotalAddrSpace
increase when a form shows and return to roughly the same number as before
it was shown when it is closed? Could someone explain exactly each of the many parts of Heapstatus, what they are for, which are allowed to grow or which should not grow...etc? Thanks.