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Windbg / minidump - how do I get a process list with memory use

I've used Windbg only for the most simple !analyze -v in the past. Now I've got a bit of a problem... Some process is running wild and consumes all available memory (I can see it spike in monitoring ...
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Diagnose dump file which causes SQL Server timeouts randomly

My SQL Server gets random timeouts some days causing the server to slow down, sites not to load, and no data coming back from SQL Server. I have this dump file below, and I am having a hard time ...
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Analyzing crashdump, wrong symbols

I am having trouble analyzing a crashdump with windbg. I run: .sympath SRV*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols .reload /f /i To get the symbols. All symbols seem to have ...
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Excessive NonPaged Pool Usage

This is the output of !vm command from an hang dump. The system hangs every 3-4 days. *** Virtual Memory Usage *** Physical Memory: 16774339 ( 67097356 Kb) Page File: \??\C:\pagefile.sys ...
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How can I interpret a windows dmp file analysis using Windbg?

I have uploaded the full debug output here. I've got a Windows 7 RTM 64 bit machine that is crashing intermittently and I managed to load the correct symbols and get what seems to be a proper ...
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IIS7 w3wp process hung on recycle

A single server has started to sometime leave zombie w3wp.exe processes when trying to recycle. A new process is spawned properly and everything seems to work, except the old processes are still ...
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Where (and how) to put PDB files for custom .NET code?

Our developer sent me a PDB file to help debug a custom application. I currently have my symbol directory set to c:\symbols, and several Microsoft symbols are there in this folder format: ntdll.pdb ...
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Windbg: Can't get next object after a Free object

I know that fragmentation typically occurs when an object collected by garbage collection is marked as a "free" block, but the object occupying the next address space is pinned. I can get a list of ...