The above directory (path below) had grown to nearly 1 GB of data. Within the directory, it appears the application has been producing a pair of files (1 text, 1 CAB) per instance, and this has happened a few times a month since last August (when we launched the VB.NET version of our application). An example of the text file is included below. My first suspicion would be that one of the Microsoft DLLs is doing this logging "for us", but no idea why or how. Any ideas?
Is there something that can be done to prevent the creation of these files?
QueueVer=1 UI LCID=1033 Date=10/24/2008 Time=10:21:55 AM ReportSize=54985 Bytes=bytes Kilobytes=KB Megabytes=MB MoreInfo=What data does this error report contain? ErrorSubPath=tfira.exe\188.8.131.52\48f8d8c1\mscorwks.dll\2.0.50727.832\461f2e2a\0\00035bca Heap=mdmpmem.hdmp Stage1URL=/StageOne/tfira.exe/184.108.40.206/48f8d8c1/mscorwks.dll/2.0.50727.832/461f2e2a/0/00035bca.htm Stage2URL=/dw/stagetwo.asp?szAppName=tfira.exe&szAppVer=220.127.116.11&szAppStamp=48f8d8c1&szModName=mscorwks.dll&szModVer=2.0.50727.832&szModStamp=461f2e2a&fDebug=0&offset=00035bca&Sig=NA General_Reportee=Microsoft BP0=tfira.exe BP1=18.104.22.168 BP2=48f8d8c1 BP3=mscorwks.dll BP4=2.0.50727.832 BP5=461f2e2a BP6=0 BP7=00035bca BP8=NIL BP9=NIL BP10=NIL CBP=8 DWVer0=11 DWVer1=0 DWVer2=6560 DWVer3=0 Details_Sig_Body=AppName: tfira.exe AppVer: 22.214.171.124 AppStamp:48f8d8c1 ModName: mscorwks.dll ModVer: 2.0.50727.832 ModStamp:461f2e2a fDebug: 0 Offset: 00035bca QueueMode=268435458 EventID=1000 ReportingFlags=14 UIFlags=69 LoggingFlags=0 MiscFlags=0 EventLogSource=.NET Runtime 2.0 Error Reporting General_AppName=TFIRA Final_Link=Prevent this problem in the future
If you want you can turn error reporting off which will prevent the creating of these files.
Right Click My Computer ->Advanced ->Error Reporting and select radio button to switch it off.
You can safely delete the contects of these folders wthout impacting your machine. These files help you triage any application failures you have on your machine.This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.