Microsoft | Microsoft ProcDump 5.13
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Date: 02/01/2013 09:57 AM
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Using ProcDumpusage: procdump [-64] [-b] [[-c CPU usage] [-u] [-s seconds]] [-n exceeds] [-e ] [-h] [-m commit usage] [-ma | -mp] [-o] [-p counter threshold] [-r] [-t] <
-64 By default ProcDump will capture a 32-bit dump of a 32-bit process when running on 64-bit Windows. This option overrides to create a 64-bit dump.
-b Treat debug breakpoints as exceptions (otherwise ignore them).
-c CPU threshold at which to create a dump of the process.
-e Write a dump when the process encounters an unhandled exception.
-h Write dump if process has a hung window (does not respond to
window messages for at least 5 seconds).
-m Memory commit threshold in MB at which to create a dump of the process.
-ma Write a dump file with all process memory. The default dump format includes thread and handle information.
-mp Write a dump file with thread and handle information, and all read/write process memory. To minimize dump size, memory areas larger than 512MB are searched for, and if found, the largest area is excluded. A memory area is the collection of same-sized memory allocation areas. The removal of this (cache) memory reduces Exchange and SQL Server dumps by over 90%.
-n Number of dumps to write before exiting.
-o Overwrite an existing dump file.
-p Trigger on the specified performance counter when the threshold is exceeded.
-r Reflect (clone) the process for the dump to minimize the time the process is suspended (Windows 7 and higher only).
-s Consecutive seconds CPU threshold must be hit before dump is written (default is 10).
-t Write a dump when the process terminates.
-u Treat CPU usage relative to a single core.
-x Launch the specified image with optional arguments.
Use the -accepteula command line option to automatically accept the Sysinternals license agreement.
To just create a dump of a running process, omit the CPU threshold. If you omit the dump file name, it defaults to
ExamplesWrite up to 3 dumps of a process named 'consume' when it exceeds 20% CPU usage for 5 seconds to the directory c:\dump\consume with the name consume.dmp:
C:\>procdump -c 20 -s 5 -n 3 -o consume c:\dump\consume
Write a dump for a process named 'hang.exe' when one of its windows is unresponsive for more than 5 seconds:
C:\>procdump -h hang.exe hungwindow.dmp
Write 3 dumps 5 seconds apart:
C:\>procdump -s 5 -n 3 notepad.exe notepad.dmp
Launch a process and then monitor it for excessive CPU usage:
C:\>procdump -c 30 -s 10 -x consume.exe consume.dmp
Write a dump of a process named "iexplore" to a dump file that has the default name iexplore.dmp:
Write a dump of a process named 'outlook' when total system CPU usage exceeds 20% for 10 seconds:
C:\>procdump outlook -p "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time" 20
Write a dump of a process named 'outlook' when Outlook's handle count exceeds 10000:
C:\>procdump outlook -p "\Process(Outlook)\Handle Count" 10000
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