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Looking for Online dmp Analyzer tool.

Hi,

I got stuck in a dmp file and after googling I fond the osr online where there's a tool to analyze online dmp files but unfortunately its not there and link has redirected to here. Could you please assist me in this regards?

Best Regards
Faisal

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  • Peter_Viscarola_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 8,567

    As it says on the site... the Online Crash Dump Analyzer has been retired.

    I am not aware of any other such tool. Just install WinDbg on you PC and analyze the dump.

    Peter

    Peter Viscarola
    OSR
    @OSRDrivers

  • DebugLearnDebugLearn Member Posts: 2

    Maybe two years to late. I'm a kernel engineer and I'm working on my version of Online Crash Dump Analyzer called DebugLearn. You can access it here, https://www.debuglearn.com

  • Peter_Viscarola_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 8,567

    Necroposting AND self-promoting. Not a good way to start your tenure here.

    No worries, cuz I’m quite sure that’ll be your only post. I mean, if you’re a “Windows kernel expert” (you would know better than to call them OS the “kernel” and) you would THINK that’s you’d be interested enough in helping the community to answer a few questions. But, you know, apparently not.

    Peter

    Peter Viscarola
    OSR
    @OSRDrivers

  • DebugLearnDebugLearn Member Posts: 2

    Peter, I'm just answering someone's post and I've checked your policy before doing so. If you think that it's not appropriate, please remove it and I won't post it here.

    _ On the other hand, if somebody posts question saying "Can anybody recommend a good XYZ?", it's perfectly fine to answer "Yeah, we make XYZ's and we think they're pretty cool. Please contact me directly for more info."_

    I have been actively helping folks on MS Windows Forum, but not on OSR. My goal is to automate the dump file analysis. I think having users posting dump files to public forums is quite troublesome. There ought to be a better way of doing things. DebugLearn is my attempt of doing so. Yes I'm promoting my site, but I'm also not profiting from traffic. There are no ads.

    I am a kernel engineer, not sure about your objection to kernel versus OS.

  • Peter_Viscarola_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 8,567

    If you read the forum guidelines, then you know that necroposting isn't allowed.

    It's not a good look to (a) violate the rules on your first post, (b) self-promote on your first post, (c) join the community with a username that is that of the web site you're promoting and not your real name so we know who you are, and (d) make no subsequent effort to contribute to the community. You apparently haven't been back here for a week since your advertisement. That's my primary objection to your post: It's anonymous self-promotion in a community where you're not actually a member. It's really the logical equivalent of spam.

    OTOH, I DO applaud any effort to provide a online crash dump analyzer. But let's not make more of this effort than it is: All you need to do is run -analyze -v on the dump that's provided... as you apparently do. This doesn't take a "Windows kernel expert" -- it takes a mediocre web dev a day or two of effort.

    I would be happier if the owner of your web site wasn't "secret" -- which makes me question your motives (and ALMOST caused me to delete your post -- which I still may do). I would have been happier still if you sent me an email before your self-promotion asking me if you could promote your web site here.

    Peter

    Peter Viscarola
    OSR
    @OSRDrivers

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