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Leaking System Committed Memory

Is there a way that makes the performance counter of the Process(total)\Private bytes to allocate memory over time to exceed the total of Memory\committed bytes to cause memory leak using Perfmon Tool of Windows?


like the attached picture which happened after approximately one week. It's clear that the private bytes were keep growing (allocate memory) whereas Committed bytes deallocated over time, how to simulate that work or do the same?

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Would you mind letting me know the update of the problem? If you need further assistance, feel free to let me know.

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Check this Microsoft document for a hint.
Using Performance Monitor to Find a User-Mode Memory Leak
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/using-performance-monitor-to-find-a-user-mode-memory-leak


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Thanks for the reply,
Unfortunately, I don't have a leaky app, Also there is no indicator that tells an increase of private bytes is leak or not.
I used testlimit but there are no hang or any performance issues symptoms.
I need to make the system work out of commit memory and calculating the launching time of apps at that level of load, using scripts.

Thanks

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