Re: Redux: Windbg/1394 as slow as a aged dog on barbiturates.

that msg is sent from dbghelp!FindExecutable
after calling IsCacheDir and SymSrvTest

the unicode string %s not found in %s can be found by grepping dbghelp

probably transform is some path in your cache dir (path with space ?? )

there is a \sym\ folder in the multiple load probably default search path

The downstream store for a symbol server defaults to the sym
subdirectory of the home directory, unless a different location is
specified.

On 8/27/11, Rod Widdowson wrote:
> I should add the windbg is pegging the cpu it is running on. Also the "!sym
> noisy trace? shows lines of this type which I am not sure I have seen
> before:
>
> DBGHELP: XYZ.sys not found in transform
>
> I am not sure that this is relevant since the traces come in bursts with
> huge delays between.
>
> Note also this oddity:
>
> Loading symbols for fffff880`019a7000 mup.sys -> mup.sys
> DBGHELP: mup - public symbols
>
> C:\WinDDK\7600.16385.1\Debuggers\sym\mup.pdb\B27020B169714E07BDDF87C73CBFE8562\mup.pdb
> [snip]
> DBGHELP: C:\WinDDK\7600.16385.1\Debuggers\mup.sys - file not found
> DBGHELP: mup.sys not found in transform
> DBGHELP:
> C:\WinDDK\7600.16385.1\Debuggers\sym\mup.sys\4A5BC20112000\mup.sys ? OK
>
> Why the mutiple load? I see several of these…
>
>
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thanks and regards

raj_r