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the storage stack WPP tracing

Postby QW5kcmV3IFNoYQ » Sat, 28 Apr 2007 23:58:02 GMT


I am developing a storage stack driver, so I enabled the WPP tracing in disk 
and classpnp drivers, but what surprised me is that that pdb files for these 
drivers that are available thru the MS symbol server don contain tmf info!

Any thoughts/advises?

Re: the storage stack WPP tracing

Postby Doron Holan [MS] » Sun, 29 Apr 2007 14:49:58 GMT

no symbols on the public symbol server contain tmf info.  this is a problem 
we want to address in the future


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Re: the storage stack WPP tracing

Postby Andrew Sha » Mon, 30 Apr 2007 22:40:21 GMT

That would be great

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