Category : etw

I met an issue when consume ETW event on real time mode. I just want to get stack information in CSwitch event. From MSDN, it said use EnableTraceEx2 with EVENT_ENABLE_PROPERTY_STACK_TRACE flag can handle this. I tried, but fail. Below is my code snippet. ENABLE_TRACE_PARAMETERS etp = { 0 }; etp.Version = ENABLE_TRACE_PARAMETERS_VERSION_2; etp.EnableProperty = EVENT_ENABLE_PROPERTY_STACK_TRACE; ..

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Short Version I’m trying to use OpenTrace and ProcessTrace to read the events of a .etl file. the call to OpenTrace successfully returns a TRACEHANDLE the call to ProcessTrace returns ERROR_SUCCESS but ProcessTrace never calls my EVENT_CALLBACK callback function I know it’s a valid .etl file, because i can open it in: Windows Performance Analyzer ..

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Is there any implementation of TraceLogging, a specific binary format when writing ETW events, in Delphi? Background Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) Windows 2000 introduced Event Tracing for Windows, with an API provided in evntrace.h Windows Vista expanded upon ETW with "manifest-based" tracing, with an API provided in EventProvider.pas Windows 2000 "Classic" event tracing Event ..

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I am trying programmatically to monitor windows system calls in real-time. I’ve come across a log provider called "Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Audit-API-Calls". Event data looks like this: <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event"> <System> <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Audit-API-Calls" Guid="{e02a841c-75a3-4fa7-afc8-ae09cf9b7f23}" /> <EventID>5</EventID> <Version>0</Version> <Level>4</Level> <Task>0</Task> <Opcode>0</Opcode> <Keywords>0x0</Keywords> <TimeCreated SystemTime="2017-06-01T11:59:05.831179100-0500" /> <Correlation ActivityID="{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}" /> <Execution ProcessID="1860" ThreadID="9628" ProcessorID="1" KernelTime="210" UserTime="1260" /> <Channel /> <Computer /> </System> ..

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I’m not a C++ developer so apologies for any imprecise language. I have a ETW Kernel Logger configured (basically a tweaked version of the Microsoft examples). It writes events to a log and I can view the data from the etl file. I would like to switch LogFileMode to EVENT_TRACE_REAL_TIME_MODE and interact with the data ..

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I want to do some event tracing on a process so I read about ETW and found a python module to leverage it, used like so: import time import etw class MyETW(etw.ETW): def __init__(self, event_callback): # define capture provider info providers = [etw.ProviderInfo(‘Some Provider’, etw.GUID("{11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111}"))] super().__init__(providers=providers, event_callback=event_callback) def start(self): # do pre-capture setup self.do_capture_setup() super().start() ..

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I have a probem with this code: using Microsoft.Diagnostics.Tracing.Session; //event codes (https://github.com/GameTechDev/PresentMon/blob/40ee99f437bc1061a27a2fc16a8993ee8ce4ebb5/PresentData/PresentMonTraceConsumer.cpp) public const int EventID_D3D9PresentStart = 1; public const int EventID_DxgiPresentStart = 42; //ETW provider codes public static readonly Guid DXGI_provider = Guid.Parse("{CA11C036-0102-4A2D-A6AD-F03CFED5D3C9}"); public static readonly Guid D3D9_provider = Guid.Parse("{783ACA0A-790E-4D7F-8451-AA850511C6B9}"); static TraceEventSession m_EtwSession; static readonly Dictionary<int, TimestampCollection> frames = new Dictionary<int, TimestampCollection>(); public static ..

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Here is my problem: I first tried to implement folders in the Event Viewer under "Application and Services", but the System.Diagnostics.EventLog Class does not seem to support this. So then I encountered ETW, which provides the ability to create events for event tracing for Windows. They left some samples and documentation in a NuGet-Package, and ..

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I have a Windows minifilter driver that is configured with an XML manifest defining ETW events. Using, for example, TraceView.exe, I can create a trace session and successfully record events from the driver. I would like driver to record events in Event Viewer so they can be viewed after they occur – without having to ..

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