Windows CE Base Team Blog

Windows CE kernel and storage technologies and system tools.

January, 2006

  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    A Tour of Windows CE Memory Tools

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    Posted by: Sue Loh This list of tools completes what I started with my perf tool list from http://blogs.msdn.com/ce_base/archive/2005/11/30/498782.aspx . Heap Memory Tools Each of these tools works by hooking all of the heap allocation function...
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    CeLog + Monte Carlo = Perfalyzer

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    Posted by: Sue Loh The History If you read our blog regularly then you already know that CeLog is a data logging tool, which provides a lot of interesting system data because we've made the kernel log CeLog events for occurrences like thread switches...
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    Dumping Registry Hives and CEDB Database Volumes

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    Posted by: Sue Loh Once in a while people ask how to find out what's inside the boot.hv or other .hv files from their image or from persistent storage. Or, less frequently, they ask how to look at the contents of a CEDB database volume on the desktop...
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    Poor Man's Monte Carlo

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    Posted by: Sue Loh The Windows CE Monte Carlo profiler works with support from the BSP. All of our sample BSPs implement the profiler support, but a lot of OEMs seem hesitant to implement it. Perhaps it looks like too much work or is too complicated...
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