PoolMon Run-time Commands
To change the display while PoolMon is running, use the run-time commands. Each run-time command consists of a single keyboard character. Press the key to execute the command.
[p] [( | )] [s] [TSSessionID] [i] [l] [e] [t] [a] [f] [d] [b] [m] [h | ?] [q | ESC]
Toggles the display through nonpaged allocations, paged allocations, and both.
( or )
Toggles the display between sorting by value (allocations, free operations, and bytes) and sorting by change in value. You can use either parenthesis character. They have the same effect.
Toggles the display between the system pools and the Terminal Services session pools.
Displays allocations from the specified Terminal Services session pool. TSSessionID represents the session ID of a Terminal Services session. It must be an integer from 0 through 9. To display all session pools or to enter session IDs greater than 9, use the i command.
Prompts you for the session ID of a Terminal Server session. You can respond in the following two ways:
To display allocations from all Terminal Services session pools, press ENTER.
To display allocations from a particular Terminal Services session pool, type a session ID and then press ENTER.
Toggles highlighting of changed lines on and off.
Toggles pool totals on and off. Totals appear at the bottom of the display.
Sorts by tag name.
Sorts by number of allocations. When used with a parenthesis character, the a key sorts by the change in allocations.
Sorts by number of free operations. When used with a parenthesis character, the f key sorts by the change in free operations.
Sorts by the difference between bytes allocated and bytes freed.
Sorts by bytes used. When used with a parenthesis character, the b key sorts by the change in bytes used.
Sorts by bytes-per-allocation. When used with a parenthesis character, the m key sorts by the change in bytes-per-allocations.
? or h
Displays the startup command parameters, the run-time commands, and a description of the PoolMon display. To close the help display, press the ESC key.
q or ESC