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July, 2007

  • Netmon vs Chimney

    I recently encountered TCP Chimney for the first time in the wild. Short version: Chimney is an offload technology that allows the NIC to deal with up to X TCP connections, with any overflow being handled by Windows. All good: get the NIC dealing with...
  • Fear The Hand Of Non-Selection

    One of those "remember it for when you need it" posts: On Tiny, I've been unable to select text in the Outlook preview pane for about a month. When I tried to select things, I'd get a not-quite-looking-like-the-web-hand hand instead of a selection bar...
  • Generating a memory dump when a particular event log occurs

    Building from Paul Long's post on stopping a Netmon3 capture on a particular event , we're going to re-jig it so that we can run ADPLUS soon after a particular event is logged. This won't produce a dump at the exact moment of the event log (which more...