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    Dumps are taking long time to load

    Since 2-3 days, it takes incredibly long for 1 dump to be loaded.
    I just ran 3 dumps, below attached, it takes 2000+ seconds to load them when the priority of the Sysnative App is set to realtime.

    dumps.zip

    In case relevant, the complete result when the app is finished.
    2017_Apr_15_12_02.zip


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    Re: Dumps are taking long time to load

    I am not sure I completely understand the duration you've given. I do see that running the .dmps took 2037.33 seconds overall, but I cannot determine from that how much of that time was due to the kernel debugger time and how much was due to the SysnativeBSODApps loading .dmps to be run through the kernel debugger. Are you saying the SysnativeBSODApps are giving you the message that .dmps are being loaded for 2000 seconds, or it takes that long to process the .dmps from start to finish? Any way to provide a video of the behavior?


    I just ran the same set in 160.567 seconds using version 10.0.15063.137 AMD64 of the debugging tools. I then ran the same set in 382.989 seconds using version 10.0.14321.1024 AMD64 of the debugging tools. Are you able to process the .dmps faster through WinDbg?

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    Re: Dumps are taking long time to load

    Are you saying the SysnativeBSODApps are giving you the message that .dmps are being loaded for 2000 seconds
    That's what I'm saying.

    In Windbg it merely takes 5 seconds to load a single dump.


    I just updated Windbg to the newest version, same results with Windbg and SysnativeBSODApp.
    I'll see if I can provide a video of it.

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    Re: Dumps are taking long time to load

    I have an idea for a possible solution based on some minor changes I made in the latest update. I see you're running 2.17.1 in the files uploaded. Can you see if the problem exists with 2.17.0?


    Edit: Or you could try the latest version of the app. It's nearly ready to go live, but I need to wrap up some of the help file info. It should be a bit more thread-safe than the version you're having issues with, which I think is the root of the apps being slow on your system. Some hardware may not handle some of the threading I was doing as well as other hardware.
    Attached Files Attached Files
    Last edited by writhziden; 04-16-2017 at 11:25 AM. Reason: Added 2.17.1.14 as an attachment

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    Re: Dumps are taking long time to load

    The latest update of the apps is now live : Sysnative BSOD Processing Apps 2.17.2. In case it's helpful to you, I found that running the apps with symbols set to srv*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols instead of c:\symbols radically increased the speed of the debugging tools. It used to be faster to grab the symbols locally, but that may have changed in a recent WinDbg update? You should see if that provides better behavior in your analyses.

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        Cooler Master TX3 i
      • Display:
        1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
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    Re: Dumps are taking long time to load

    The update did improve the time, but unfortunately it still takes a long time.

    Due to issues in personal life I won't be able to provide a video of the behavior anytime soon.

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