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Objects view

The objects view allows you to comprehensively examine objects in a memory snapshot.

When a memory snapshot opens, the Memory tab is shown automatically and represents all objects.

You can also open it for a subset of objects:

  • Memory | Selected Objects (F4) works in any memory view if selection represents live objects.
  • Memory | Instances by Class... (Ctrl+N) opens all instances of a class by its name.
  • Memory | Strings by Pattern... (Ctrl+F) opens instances of strings, char arrays or byte arrays that match given text pattern.
  • Memory | Predefined Set... opens objects that belong to one of sets specified in Settings | Sets of Objects....

There are different views:

  • Objects by category:

    Class list - examine how memory is distributed among instances of different classes

    Class and package - similar to the Class list, but classes are grouped by package

    Class loaders - distribute objects by class loader

    Web applications - distribute objects by web application

    Generations - distribute objects by time of their creation

    Reachability - shows objects distributed according to how/whether they are reachable from GC roots

    Shallow size - shows objects distributed according to their shallow size range

  • Individual objects:

    Object explorer - browse individual objects

    Biggest objects - find individual objects that retain most of memory

  • Allocation recording results:

    Allocations - explore methods where objects were created

    Object ages - distribute objects by how long they exist

  • Other views (available as dependent views only):

    Merged paths - examine how objects are retained

    Class hierarchy - shows super and derived classes

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