Time Travel Debugging queries

Overview Do you need to debug something but hate stepping through 100s-1000s lines of code? Do you wish there was a faster way to answer “What is the problem?” If you answered Yes to either, then read on to learn more about using Time Travel Debugging (TTD) queries to streamline debugging. Software is a complex…

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Time Travel Debugging recording question

Hi Everyone, Welcome to a new year and we look forward to improving debugging experiences in 2018, including enhancements to Time Travel Debugging (TTD) . We have heard from many of you that while TTD is great, it is not always easy or convenient to use WinDbg Preview to record apps and processes. We want…

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Time Travel Debugging (TTD) file size

One question we are frequently asked is “What is the size of the TTD files?”. TTD uses trace and index files for the record and replay steps of TTD debugging. See the https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/time-travel-debugging-trace-file-information for more information on working with TTD files. Trace (.RUN) file stores the recording of the code execution Index (.IDX) file is…

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Time Travel Debugging in WinDbg Preview!

Time Travel Debugging is now available in WinDbg Preview We are excited to announce that Time Travel Debugging (TTD) features are now available in the latest version of WinDbg Preview. About a month ago, we released WinDbg Preview which provides great new debugging user experiences. We are now publicly launching a preview version of TTD…

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