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How to read log file created from Poolmon Log Creator to help find memory leak

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Hello,

I have a poolmon_0.pmls file created from the free Poolmon Log Creator tool you can download to help find memory leaks. My file is about 80MB. is there anything out there that can read this in a clearer format than it is? i am trying to find the memeory leak culprit and may be hard to do with this file opened with Notepad. Thanks,

Jimmy K
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You could try using TextPad or Editpad Lite, these are more efficient tha Notepad.
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