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Eclipse trace does not show memory usage

pokrakam
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When I use SAT in the SAPGUI, I can see memory usage information. I was not able to see this anywhere in the eclipse trace, only processing times and DB access related info.

Is there a way to show memory? It would be awesome if this could be shown in graphic style similar to the execution timeline.

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Armin_Beil
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Hi Mike,

ADT does not provide support for memory analysis up to now. Is the analysis of memory consumption a regular use case for you?

Best regards,
Armin

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Armin_Beil
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Hi Mike,

ADT does not provide support for memory analysis up to now. Is the analysis of memory consumption a regular use case for you?

Best regards,
Armin

pokrakam
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Thanks for the input. Yes, it's something that is often important. Not quite as often as execution time, but still something I use regularly.

My impression is also that memory is becoming more relevant in analysis these days as HANA provides more efficiency gains at the DB end. It seems like the more developers use tools and frameworks the more it becomes an issue. A recent example involved improving a user process from over a GB of application memory down to 'just' 400MB! So yes, I think memory is an important but underrated performance aspect.

SivaKalai
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Even I am looking for the memory analysis functionality for AMDPs . We are facing a similar situation of memory dumping in AMDP and running around tools to analyze the same.

Would be of great help if its introduced in ADT