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Memory allocation for Kernel and commit

Hello all,

I dont whether i am postoing in right group or not,

If anybody knows

I have my personal computer with following configuration

Pentium 4 CPU 2.80 GHz
480 MB of RAM
74.52 GB of HArddisk
I am using Windows XP operating system.

My task Manager shows following configuration on performance tab.

Totals (K)

Handles 7976
Threads 405
Processes 37

Physical Memory (K)

Total 490864
Available 190776
System cache 265764

Kernel Memory (K)

Total 73144
Paged 63848
Non Paged 9296

Commit Charge (K)

Total 252164
Limit 1149432
Peak 296932

i am working on embedded system in firmware development, i would like
to know
how above calculation is done.

on my system physical memory is 74.52 GB, and in above table it shows
490864
how they did this maping or calculation.

how much kernel memory allocated in above case.
What is commit charge, what total indicates in above case.

Jul 12 '07 #1
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Sachin Gole wrote:
Hello all,

I dont whether i am postoing in right group or not,
Let's find out...
If anybody knows

I have my personal computer with following configuration

Pentium 4 CPU 2.80 GHz
480 MB of RAM
74.52 GB of HArddisk
I am using Windows XP operating system.
Irrelevant as far as this group is concerned.
My task Manager shows following configuration on performance tab.
<snip details>
i am working on embedded system in firmware development, i would like
to know how above calculation is done.

on my system physical memory is 74.52 GB, and in above table it shows
490864 how they did this maping or calculation.

how much kernel memory allocated in above case.
What is commit charge, what total indicates in above case.
This group deals only with Standard C. Your question is not about C,
let alone Standard or not. You should post to a Windows kernel
programming group or a group for your embedded system. One possibility
is comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.nt.kernel-mode.

Jul 12 '07 #2

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