Structural Memory Patterns (Part 2)

The next pattern is called Aggregate Snapshot. It is any memory dump or software trace file that is combined from Memory Snapshots. Typical examples include:

  • A minidump file where only specific memory ranges are included
  • A software trace file combined from structured memory snapshots

Note. I’ve also created a dedicated page to list all structural patterns: 

Structural Memory Analysis Patterns

- Dmitry Vostokov @ DumpAnalysis.org + TraceAnalysis.org -

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  1. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Structural Memory Patterns (Part 7) Says:

    […] For certain types of memory snapshots (like software traces) an anchor region coinsides with its structure description (message trace format for structured snapshots) and a trace file header (if any) for aggregate snapshots. […]

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