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JNA API 4.2.1


  • Enclosing interface:

    public static class WinBase.MEMORYSTATUSEX
    extends Structure
    Contains information about the current state of both physical and virtual memory, including extended memory. The GlobalMemoryStatusEx function stores information in this structure.
    • Field Detail

      • dwLength

        public WinDef.DWORD dwLength
        The size of the structure, in bytes.
      • dwMemoryLoad

        public WinDef.DWORD dwMemoryLoad
        A number between 0 and 100 that specifies the approximate percentage of physical memory that is in use (0 indicates no memory use and 100 indicates full memory use).
      • ullTotalPhys

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullTotalPhys
        The amount of actual physical memory, in bytes.
      • ullAvailPhys

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullAvailPhys
        The amount of physical memory currently available, in bytes. This is the amount of physical memory that can be immediately reused without having to write its contents to disk first. It is the sum of the size of the standby, free, and zero lists.
      • ullTotalPageFile

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullTotalPageFile
        The current committed memory limit for the system or the current process, whichever is smaller, in bytes.
      • ullAvailPageFile

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullAvailPageFile
        The maximum amount of memory the current process can commit, in bytes. This value is equal to or smaller than the system-wide available commit value.
      • ullTotalVirtual

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullTotalVirtual
        The size of the user-mode portion of the virtual address space of the calling process, in bytes.
      • ullAvailVirtual

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullAvailVirtual
        The amount of unreserved and uncommitted memory currently in the user-mode portion of the virtual address space of the calling process, in bytes.
      • ullAvailExtendedVirtual

        public WinDef.DWORDLONG ullAvailExtendedVirtual
        Reserved. This value is always 0.
    • Constructor Detail


        public MEMORYSTATUSEX()
    • Method Detail

      • getFieldOrder

        protected List getFieldOrder()
        Description copied from class: Structure
        Return this Structure's field names in their proper order. For example,
         protected List getFieldOrder() {
             return Arrays.asList(new String[] { ... });
        IMPORTANT When deriving from an existing Structure subclass, ensure that you augment the list provided by the superclass, e.g.
         protected List getFieldOrder() {
             List fields = new ArrayList(super.getFieldOrder());
             fields.addAll(Arrays.asList(new String[] { ... }));
             return fields;
        Field order must be explicitly indicated, since the field order as returned by Class.getFields() is not guaranteed to be predictable.
        Specified by:
        getFieldOrder in class Structure
        ordered list of field names
JNA API 4.2.1

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