Posted by: Nathan Simon
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Here are some updates as of August 30th 2010…
This major update to ProcDump, a tool that captures process dumps based on process CPU usage, memory consumption, and other behaviors, can now be configured to generate dumps based on the values of system performance counters.
This update adds a toolbar button that makes the process tree dialog more accessible. In order to make it easy to zoom in on a particular time range in a trace, it also introduces two quick-filter context menu items that enable you to filter out events before or after a selected event.
Mark’s latest blog post comes directly from Microsoft support services and highlights the use of a relatively new Sysinternals tool to troubleshoot two issues causing long Outlook hangs.