[webkit-help] Debugging Memory Leaks in WebKit
simon.fraser at apple.com
Thu Mar 25 15:31:46 PDT 2021
The first step should be to figure out whether the memory is being triggered by page content; you can do that by inspecting the JS Heap via Web Inspector:
For code-level memory debugging, these are good starting places:
Once you know a bit more about the memory growth, report back and we can direct you.
> On Mar 25, 2021, at 3:03 PM, Joe Liccini <joliccin at microsoft.com> wrote:
> Hi WebKit Help,
> I am investigating what I believe is a memory leak in WebKit that is manifesting as high memory usage for Office 365 online apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) for Safari users.
> I have downloaded and built the source of WebKit, and by opening and closing a document or two, can very quickly get the memory utilization of WebKitWebProcess beyond 1 GB.
> I was wondering if anyone here has experience investigating memory leaks on WebKit? I can attach via the debugger but I'm not familiar enough with the code or tools to best identify common sources of memory leaks.
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