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Windows 7: Gathering a Startup, Shutdown, Sleep, Hibernate, or Reboot Trace

14 May 2013   #70
TrunkMonkey

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

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Once logged in, the system will present a dialog box letting you know that it is waiting 120 seconds (it will count down) before finishing the trace
Isn't the command line setting a 300 sec delay? This is for Boot trace.
A week ago the traces were working and now after the delay expires I get a window saying it can't stop the trace and it can't find various kernel loggers. I checked the registry edit and that is still there. Also did a few repair installs but still the same. Any ideas or have you seen this issue before?

Code:
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.006] Couldn't find user-mode logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.019] Unable to stop trace.
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.020] Stopping trace...
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.131] Couldn't find kernel logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.131] Couldn't find user-mode logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.132] Unregistering auto-run...
[2013/05/14-16:26:21.133] Completed auto-run change.
[2013/05/14-16:28:16.775] Detected Win7RTM physical (ReadyBoot) prefetcher; the SysMain service is auto-started.
[2013/05/14-16:28:16.786] Registering for auto-run with a 300000 msec delay...
[2013/05/14-16:28:16.786] Completed auto-run change.
[2013/05/14-16:28:16.819] Starting trace...
[2013/05/14-16:28:17.036] Enabled boot logging to 'C:\Boot_Trace\boot_LATENCY+DISPATCHER+DISK_IO_INIT+NETWORKTRACE+MEMINFO+POWER+PERF_COUNTER+PRIORITY+REGISTRY+FILE_IO+FILE_IO_INIT_1_km_premerge.etl'
[2013/05/14-16:36:22.151] Detected Win7RTM physical (ReadyBoot) prefetcher; the SysMain service is auto-started.
[2013/05/14-16:36:22.179] Stopping trace...
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.768] Stopped kernel logger.
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.769] Couldn't find user-mode logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.783] Unable to stop trace.
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.784] Stopping trace...
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.891] Couldn't find kernel logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.891] Couldn't find user-mode logger in active logger list.
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.892] Unregistering auto-run...
[2013/05/14-16:36:24.893] Completed auto-run change.
EDIT: ok so the traces were produced, but when I open them it says that 7 buffers were lost and it may not be reliable data. Recommended increasing these buffers, which I'm not familiar with but sounds like it's disk related. I have a 3 month old seagate ST2000 which tests out fine. Hmmmm.......


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14 May 2013   #71
Bob Pickering

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 

How do I find the 'tick Mark this thread as solved'? I keep getting messages that are no longer relevant.
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15 May 2013   #72
TrunkMonkey

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bob Pickering View Post
How do I find the 'tick Mark this thread as solved'? I keep getting messages that are no longer relevant.
Hi Bob, sorry to bug you. I don't think there is such a thing as "marked solved" being that it's a tutorial.

I'm asking a question pertaining to the content of the thread, so it's relevant to me and the subject at hand. To no longer receive notifications and unsubscribe:

Click here:

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Tick this thread and choose Delete.

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Having not read to the end, I didn't notice my post was the first addition in a few years, so I'll take this issue to the performance threads and perhaps they want to shutter this one? I don't know. I didn't think twice about it since it is open to new postings but perhaps that's in error.

Cheers.


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15 May 2013   #73
Britton30
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bob Pickering View Post
How do I find the 'tick Mark this thread as solved'? I keep getting messages that are no longer relevant.
That is only available for threads you start.
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07 Jun 2013   #74
keyboardcowboy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Can anyone help me out understanding the trace, my system takes 7 minutes to resume from hibernation.. It hibernates in only under a minute

The Trace files can be downloaded here https://mega.co.nz/#!0o032ThK!CBpbj1...b8leLqVbL8A1Eg
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09 Jun 2013   #75
cluberti

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by keyboardcowboy View Post
Can anyone help me out understanding the trace, my system takes 7 minutes to resume from hibernation.. It hibernates in only under a minute

The Trace files can be downloaded here https://mega.co.nz/#!0o032ThK!CBpbj1...b8leLqVbL8A1Eg
Yes, but please post this in another thread, so people can find and follow it. Thank you.

It looks like there's a scheduled task running during shutdown, but I can't tell what or from where. Open a new thread and post a link here, and I'll provide some other tshooting steps to follow.
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09 Jun 2013   #76
gregrocker

 

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25 Aug 2013   #77
belinda502

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

Hi
I tried installing this SDK having deselecting all check boxes except 'debugging tools for windows' under 'common utlities' and 'windows performance toolkit' under 'Redistributable Packages' but it did not install and gave me a error message. I have attached the 'log file' from Notepad here. I would really appreciate some help as I am trying to get this installed to do a boot trace.


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25 Aug 2013   #78
cluberti

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

It appears that it's complaining about something on the box pre-existing that's breaking it's ability to self-register properly. If you have Visual C++ runtimes installed, that could be causing it. I can't advise you to remove them, unless you can reinstall the exact same package (if they're installed, something installed probably needs them there), but that's the usual fix for such errors.
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26 Aug 2013   #79
belinda502

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

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Thanks. I seem to have a lot of C++ redistributable programs on my system. I get automatic updates on a Tuesday but they seem to have been installed on other dates without any corresponding programs being installed. Just one query - my computer is 64 bit so would you know why some of the C++ programs that have been installed 86 bit programs? Could I try removing the 86 bit ones?


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