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[WinDbg Script] Displaying the COM object referenced by an RCW object
Here we go again after a long time without blogging and an even longer time without blogging about WinDBG scripts. When debugging dump files from .NET applications sometimes we may encounter a situation where we want to get the COM object referenced by a System.__ComObject wrapper which references...
2 Mar 2012
Top Things to Consider When Troubleshooting Complex Application Issues
1- For reactive incidents: “Bring the engineer onsite because it is going to be easier to isolate the problem.” This is the most common misconception I’ve heard. Let me explain: most complex problems require deep debugging sessions. Collecting the necessary information is the easy...
3 Oct 2011
[PowerShell Script] Troubleshooting for Port Exhaustion Using NetStat
Problem Description: Applications that use a great deal of TCP network activity may use all of the possible port numbers -- especially if they are very “chatty”. By default, when an application closes a TCP connection, the port number used cannot be reused for the same IP address for another...
11 Oct 2010
Special Command—Using .dump/.dumpcab to Get Dumps and Symbols from Production Servers
Using WinDbg you can create a dump file from an application running, for instance, in a production server. After collecting the dump file, you can load it in another machine and debug it. However, to be more effective during your debugging session you need symbols . Thus, thinking about it, here's the...
15 Sep 2009
[Windbg Script] Serviced Components
A few days ago a friend of mine, Fabrício Catae, a SQL Server Ranger here at Microsoft, gave me an idea: to create a script that shows if Serviced Components are or are not disposed. I thought it was a great idea, so I decided to create a script for it. During the development I added more features...
4 Jun 2007
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