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Changing buffers for default Profiles RRS feed

  • Question

  • Can the default Profiles in WPR be changed so that the memory allocated can be adjusted - see below?

    -Ib Tornøe

    wpr -profiledetails cpu

    Microsoft Windows Performance Recorder Version 6.3.9600
    Copyright (c) 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    Profile                 : CPU.Verbose.Memory


    Collector Name          : WPR_initiated_WprApp_WPR System Collector
    Buffer Size (KB)        : 1024
    Number of Buffers       : 2457
    Providers
    System Keywords
            CpuConfig
            CSwitch
            KernelQueue
            Loader
            MemoryInfo
            Power
            ProcessThread
            ReadyThread
            SampledProfile
            ThreadPriority
    System Stacks
            CSwitch
            KernelQueueEnqueue
            KernelQueueDequeue
            SampledProfile
            ReadyThread

    Collector Name          : WPR_initiated_WprApp_WPR Event Collector
    Buffer Size (KB)        : 1024
    Number of Buffers       : 20
    Providers
            .NET Common Language Runtime: 0x98: 0x05
            36b6f488-aad7-48c2-afe3-d4ec2c8b46fa: 0x10000: 0xff
            e7ef96be-969f-414f-97d7-3ddb7b558ccc: 0x2000: 0xff
            Microsoft-JScript: 0x1: 0xff
            Microsoft-Windows-BrokerInfrastructure: 0x1: 0xff
            Microsoft-Windows-Networking-Correlation: : 0xff
            Microsoft-Windows-ProcessStateManager: : 0xff
            Microsoft-Windows-RPC: : 0x04 : Stack
            Microsoft-Windows-RPCSS: : 0x04 : Stack
            Microsoft-Windows-Win32k: 0x402000: 0xff : Stack
            PerfTrack: : 0x04
    CaptureState Providers on Save
            .NET Common Language Runtime: 0x118: 0x05
            Microsoft-JScript: 0x4: 0xff
            Microsoft-Windows-DotNETRuntimeRundown: 0x118: 0x00
            Microsoft-Windows-Win32k: 0x80000: 0xff

    Wednesday, October 21, 2015 6:20 PM

All replies

  • Exactly my question I was about to post, too.

    I have many lost events during a boot trace even though I've set 

       -recordTempTo e:\tmp

    where E: is a seperate drive not used for anything else. I'm searching up and down the documentation and the web but don't find anything else. It's a pain anyway why we still don't have a complete UI for all this.


    Armin

    Tuesday, December 1, 2015 3:28 PM
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    Armin

    Sunday, December 20, 2015 4:20 PM