This post is a continuation of MANAGED DEBUGGING with WINDBG. Prerequisites.
· I won’t explain every single detail on WinDbg or debugger extension commands. I don’t want to duplicate much info. I will mainly focus on which commands to use and how to use them depending on the circumstances, with samples.
Disclaimer: there could be several ways to combine the commands and get the same info. I will just show my way. There could be better ways, and I would love to know them. Thanks!
· If we don’t know how a command works we can get extensive help in other places:
We can get help on WinDbg and its commands in Debugger.chm help file. We can open this file directly from the debugger:
We can also see all commands in an extension:
Or we can get help for just one command in an extension:
0:004> !SOS.help !command
We won’t only get the possible parameters. We will also get useful explanations and tips to use the commands. I suggest you take a look to the help of every single command you use.
Next post: MANAGED DEBUGGING with WINDBG. Preparing the Environment.
Index: MANAGED DEBUGGING with WINDBG. Introduction and Index.
Alex (Alejandro Campos Magencio)