WinDBG commands to find ongoing activities in memory snapshot
Giveaway of WinDBG commands designed for SQL workload analysis.
Commands to figure out what are threads doing in the snapshot
The real world case study on finding memory leak.
WinDBG brings you behind the scenes to witness CLR magic from backstage. You’ll be able to see the hidden gems that turn magic into reality.
Memory snapshot captures a picture of the process in time. It is a source of wonderful information about application. This post shows how to unlock access to the data.
Memory dump is a snapshot of an application, similar to real-world picture. It has data about ongoing activities, all the data software operates with. You’ve never seen your application
Have you ever caught yourself thinking how the computer works? I did. People used to treat it as a black box. That is so true even for software developers! I’ll guide you to the program backstage to let you witness coding from totally different angle. You’ll be able to see the flow from C# codeContinue reading “About blog”