C Specification

The definition of VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT is:

// Provided by VK_EXT_device_memory_report
typedef struct VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT {
    VkStructureType                     sType;
    void*                               pNext;
    VkDeviceMemoryReportFlagsEXT        flags;
    VkDeviceMemoryReportEventTypeEXT    type;
    uint64_t                            memoryObjectId;
    VkDeviceSize                        size;
    VkObjectType                        objectType;
    uint64_t                            objectHandle;
    uint32_t                            heapIndex;
} VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT;


  • sType is a VkStructureType value identifying this structure.

  • pNext is NULL or a pointer to a structure extending this structure.

  • flags is 0 and reserved for future use.

  • type is a VkDeviceMemoryReportEventTypeEXT type specifying the type of event reported in this VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT structure.

  • memoryObjectId is the unique id for the underlying memory object as described below.

  • size is the size of the memory object in bytes. If type is VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATE_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_IMPORT_EXT or VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATION_FAILED_EXT, size is a valid VkDeviceSize value. Otherwise, size is undefined.

  • objectType is a VkObjectType value specifying the type of the object associated with this device memory report event. If type is VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATE_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_FREE_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_IMPORT_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_UNIMPORT_EXT or VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATION_FAILED_EXT, objectType is a valid VkObjectType enum. Otherwise, objectType is undefined.

  • objectHandle is the object this device memory report event is attributed to. If type is VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATE_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_FREE_EXT, VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_IMPORT_EXT or VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_UNIMPORT_EXT, objectHandle is a valid Vulkan handle of the type associated with objectType as defined in the VkObjectType and Vulkan Handle Relationship table. Otherwise, objectHandle is undefined.

  • heapIndex describes which memory heap this device memory allocation is made from. If type is VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATE_EXT or VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATION_FAILED_EXT, heapIndex corresponds to one of the valid heaps from the VkPhysicalDeviceMemoryProperties structure. Otherwise, heapIndex is undefined.


memoryObjectId is used to avoid double-counting on the same memory object.

If an internally-allocated device memory object or a VkDeviceMemory cannot be exported, memoryObjectId must be unique in the VkDevice.

If an internally-allocated device memory object or a VkDeviceMemory supports being exported, memoryObjectId must be unique system wide.

If an internal device memory object or a VkDeviceMemory is backed by an imported external memory object, memoryObjectId must be unique system wide.

Implementor’s Note

If the heap backing an internally-allocated device memory cannot be used to back VkDeviceMemory, implementations can advertise that heap with no types.


This structure should only be considered valid during the lifetime of the triggered callback.

For VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_ALLOCATE_EXT and VK_DEVICE_MEMORY_REPORT_EVENT_TYPE_IMPORT_EXT events, objectHandle usually will not yet exist when the application or tool receives the callback. objectHandle will only exist when the create or allocate call that triggered the event returns, and if the allocation or import ends up failing objectHandle will not ever exist.

Valid Usage (Implicit)
  • VUID-VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT-sType-sType

  • VUID-VkDeviceMemoryReportCallbackDataEXT-pNext-pNext
    pNext must be NULL

See Also

Document Notes

For more information, see the Vulkan Specification

This page is extracted from the Vulkan Specification. Fixes and changes should be made to the Specification, not directly.

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