The Linux grep command is used as a method for filtering input. GREP stands for Global Regular Expression Printer and therefore in order to use it effectively, you should have some knowledge about regular expressions.
Havent used Poolmon a heck of a lot, but in troubleshooting a BSOD, bugcheck 0xF4, where csrss.exe is terminating and crashing, I am finding a problem with interpreting the Tags in poolmon. There is supposed to be a localtags.txt file that when used with the appropriate switch, should add a Mapped Driver view in the app. 4) Start poolmon from the command prompt using the following command-line poolmon -b -iToke 5) Start the .cmd file created in step 2 from the command prompt 6) Watch the amount of kernel memory used by driver tag "Toke" to get ever higher, about 5-10 kB every screen update Eventually this eats up all available memory.