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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

I found this courtesy of bink.nu - but you might want to pay particular note to the Caveat: 
Note that the Kanalyze is not designed for general users of Windows. It is assumed that the users are already familiar with the kernel debuggers, have knowledge of the inside of Windows, and have basic skills of debugging kernel mode programs           ;-))

Kernel Memory Space Analyzer Version 8.1

Brief Description
Microsoft Support Professionals Toolkit for Windows
The Kernel Memory Space Analyzer is a tool to help expert debugging engineers analyze Windows crash dump files.
Overview
Debugging Windows system crashes can be a highly daunting task. A high level of expertise is generally required to properly classify and diagnose all but the simplest problems. Significant time can be expended simply getting to the point where the symptom of the problem is determined, let alone the point where the actual cause is understood. In addition, analysis procedures are often repetitive and prone to guesswork.

Kernel Memory Space Analyzer (Kanalyze) is a tool to help expert debugging engineers by performing heuristics analysis of kernel memory space. The Kanalyze identifies a broad range of kernel space data items in the crash dump by;
  • categorizing the data items into the data types for modeling purposes
  • locating the data items into the Kanalyze Type Namespace hierarchy
  • identifying and reporting anomalous conditions by validating the data items and the relationships among them
The Kanalyze also analyzes deadlocks, wait-chains, and other hard problems.

Note that the Kanalyze is not designed for general users of Windows. It is assumed that the users are already familiar with the kernel debuggers, have knowledge of the inside of Windows, and have basic skills of debugging kernel mode programs.
Posted on Friday, September 1, 2006 8:31 AM Citrix , Real Cool Stuff , Microsoft Tips , Security | Back to top


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pls send the details about troubleshooting in linux & windows?
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