Memory check && Code Coverage tools for linux ??

If u know any popular commercial tools for all kinds of memory checkups and code coverage tools let me know ....
thanks in advance
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   IBM purifyplus:

It's a runtime analysis solution designed to help developers write faster, more reliable code.
Runtime analysis includes four basic functions:  
  Memory corruption detection
  Memory leak detection
  Application performance profiling
  Code coverage analysis



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Code test by metrowerks ... I have tried it ... works pretty well ... easy to use ...
I have not tried it for kernel space development though and I do not think it can help if you have some code in kernel as well as application ...

If you are working only in user space, it should be an asset ... Check out their site, I think they may have a free trial
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