ETW Series


This series discusses about different ways in which ETW can be used along with .NET for diagnosing and troubleshooting.

  1. Track down DLL loading in .NET using Event Tracing for Windows (ETW)

  2. Case Study: Tracking .NET Exceptions with Event Tracing for Windows (ETW)

  3. Get GC Information in Silverlight using ETW

  4. Using .NET 4.0 Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) along with application ETW

  5. Undocumented Silverlight Feature – ETW Tracing

  6. Undocumented Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) providers in .NET 4.0 (BCL)

  7. Exploring Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) within Task Parallel Library (TPL) using PerfMonitor

  8. Get Managed and Native Call Stacks from Event Tracing for Windows (ET

  9. Get managed call-stacks in .NET for Registry access using ETW

8 Responses to ETW Series

  1. Pingback: Undocumented Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) providers in .NET 4.0 (BCL) « Naveen's Blog

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  3. Pingback: Get Managed and Native Call Stacks from Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) « Naveen's Blog

  4. Pingback: Get managed call-stacks in .NET for Registry access using ETW « Naveen's Blog

  5. kirann says:

    Hi Navin,
    I get this error first time on this page when i click on any of topics, any idea ? I am with IE8 on win xp sp3..

    “out of memory at line : 1″

    • Naveen says:

      Sorry.No Clue.

  6. Michael says:

    I always get number in “opcode name” field, no string (e.g. LoadModule….), am i missing something?

  7. agarwalmk says:

    I am looking for a programatic way of reading ETL files generated by the logman.exe. I see that it’s possible using unmanaged APIs (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa364087%28VS.85%29.aspx), but is there a better way to read these trace files using managed code?

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