Memory usage on Windows Task Manager - Microsoft Windows

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  1. Memory usage on Windows Task Manager

    I check memory usage on Windows Task Manager for "inetinfo.exe" and got
    8,600 K.

    Then I wrote a C# program to get the memory reading:

    ........
    Process[] procs = Process.GetProcesses();

    m1 = pros.NonpagedSystemMemorySize; 31,224
    m2 = pros.PagedMemorySize; 10,645,504
    m3 = pros.PagedSystemMemorySize; 68,588
    m4 = pros.PeakPagedMemorySize; 11,026,432
    m5 = pros.PeakVirtualMemorySize; 100,171,776
    m2 = pros.PrivateMemorySize; 10,645,504
    ........

    The numbers are got from .Net studio for "inetinfo.exe".

    My question is: where the number 8,600,000 came from?

    Please help me to figure this out. Thanks!

    Charles
    7/29


  2. Re: Memory usage on Windows Task Manager

    The following property is what Windows Task Manager has used to obtain
    memory usage:

    m7 = pros.WorkingSet;

    Charles
    8/11


    charles wrote:
    > I check memory usage on Windows Task Manager for "inetinfo.exe" and got
    > 8,600 K.
    >
    > Then I wrote a C# program to get the memory reading:
    >
    > .......
    > Process[] procs = Process.GetProcesses();
    >
    > m1 = pros.NonpagedSystemMemorySize; 31,224
    > m2 = pros.PagedMemorySize; 10,645,504
    > m3 = pros.PagedSystemMemorySize; 68,588
    > m4 = pros.PeakPagedMemorySize; 11,026,432
    > m5 = pros.PeakVirtualMemorySize; 100,171,776
    > m2 = pros.PrivateMemorySize; 10,645,504
    > .......
    >
    > The numbers are got from .Net studio for "inetinfo.exe".
    >
    > My question is: where the number 8,600,000 came from?
    >
    > Please help me to figure this out. Thanks!
    >
    > Charles
    > 7/29



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