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I see the process but the Heap Bytes, Gen 0 Collection cols are blank.

Can someone tell me how to fix this?

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migrated from Feb 16 '11 at 16:22

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Besides not being programming related, this question is also very sparse on details. Are you looking at a common program (in which case, which one?), or something that's unique to yourself? – Damien_The_Unbeliever Feb 16 '11 at 15:29
The common program is ProcessExplorer from SysInternals: – GregC Feb 16 '11 at 17:25

Maybe try set up symbols under Options. I can see Gen 0 fine in version 14.

Keep in mind that it only shows up for processes with CLR.

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Saw this behavior for tiny .net applications (like just while(true){} ). Process Explorer uses Windows performance counters to display this kind of data. The whole .net memory counters category will be empty before the first GC (garbage collection).

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