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Detects heap corruption
pageheap verifies dynamic memory allocations and will cause a debugger to break when it detects a problem. It will only work if a debugger is attached to the process of interest.
The page heap flag must be enabled for a single process, or alternatively the system-wide page heap flag must be enabled to use pageheap. This is done via the Global Flags editor gflags.exe. The syntax for a single process is:
gflags /p /enable my_process.exe
System- wide syntax is:
gflags –r +hpa Page heap should be disabled after debugging is finished by running:
gflags /p /disable my_process.exe for a single process
gflags –r –hpa for system-wide page heap
|Diagnostic Target:||OS - Debugging|
|Obtain From:||Debugging tools for windows|