Grouping Object Sets
For convenience, you can group the list in four different ways:
- Plain List
Object sets are displayed in a plain list. This is the easiest way to identify objects with the highest memory usage.
- Group by Interface
Object sets are grouped by interfaces they implement. If an object implements more than one interface, it will be displayed under each implemented interface.
- Group by Namespace
Object sets are grouped by their namespace. This type of grouping is very convenient when you want to concentrate in determining issues in your own classes.
- Group by Assembly
Objects are grouped by the assembly they come from. This type of grouping can also be used to separate your own classes from the system ones.
You can filter out object sets that are of no interest for your analysis.
To narrow the list:
Selecting Objects for Further Analysis
To select survived/new/dead objects:
- Click the number in Survived objects/New objects/Dead objects against the desired type name.
- In the opened dialog, select a snapshot where you want to analyze the object set.
Last modified: 29 August 2017