Windows Reliability Monitor - Visualize Event Log Errors


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G. Morgan

Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
 
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P

Parko

Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
Silly me. I thought it was a convenient graph to watch the plunging stock
prices of Microsoft.
 
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...winston

Start/Run
perfmon /rel


--
....winston
msft mvp mail


"G. Morgan" wrote in message
Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
 
B

~BD~

....winston said:
Start/Run
perfmon /rel
Hello ...winston! :)

You are a long way from home (User2User) aren't you?

How are you? I've missed your wise words.
 
B

Bullwinkle.

bd is a Thief:
----- Original Message -----
From: "~BD~" <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: alt.politics.scorched-earth
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: Brat Girl ... Meditating In The Chinaberry Tree


Mike said:
It is.

There's a copyright symbol on Pat Crowley's (and Betty's)
Brisbee-related and other page/s.
Good job I didn't steal it then!

It's 'open source' here on Usenet!

bd lies:
Mike said:
~BD~ wrote:
A person could claim to tell the truth (for the most part) but sometimes
lie or tell an 'untruth' or be mistaken or fail to tell the 'whole truth
and nothing but the truth' by omission.
OK - I'll admit to "fail to tell the 'whole truth and nothing but the
truth' by omission."

bd tries to bully women:
----- Original Message -----
From: "~BD~" <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: alt.politics.scorched-earth
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2012 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: An old friend passes on



I've been more than fair to you, S*******. If you really don't wish to
start afresh in 2012 then be prepared for pain - *real* pain! Your call.
 
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SC Tom

G. Morgan said:
Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
Open Notepad (or your favorite text editor) and type in

%systemroot%\system32\perfmon.exe /rel

and save it to your desktop as perfmon.bat.
 
S

SC Tom

Peter Jason said:
How does one make a shortcut of this?
Sorry, replied to the wrong post before.

Open Notepad (or your favorite text editor) and type in

%systemroot%\system32\perfmon.exe /rel

and save it to your desktop as perfmon.bat.
 
A

Andy Burns

Peter said:
How does one make a shortcut of this?
right click desktop
new -> shortcut
enter as the location of item
%systemroot%\system32\perfmon /rel
click next
enter as name for the shortcut
Reliability Monitor
click finish
 
P

Peter Jason

right click desktop
new -> shortcut
enter as the location of item
%systemroot%\system32\perfmon /rel
click next
enter as name for the shortcut
Reliability Monitor
click finish

Thanks to all, this works fine.
 
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Y

Yousuf Khan

Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
Good stuff! Didn't know this existed.

Yousuf Khan
 
G

G. Morgan

SC said:
Open Notepad (or your favorite text editor) and type in

%systemroot%\system32\perfmon.exe /rel

and save it to your desktop as perfmon.bat.
Or launch it and pin it to the start menu or tray.
 
V

VanguardLH

Note: 24hoursupport.helpdesk omitted in my reply.

....winston said:
Start/Run
perfmon /rel

--
...winston
msft mvp mail

"G. Morgan" wrote in message
Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
Hmm, a WLM-using MVP with an oversized 10-line signature (*everything*
past the sigdash delimiter line).

Some help articles on the Reliability Monitor:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/How-to-use-Reliability-Monitor
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/how-to-enable-and-disable-reliability-monitor-data-collection.aspx
http://www.windows7news.com/2010/07/28/reliability-monitor/
(mentions availability in Vista as well as another article mentioned
in my reply to Gordon)
http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/windows-7-reliability-monitor/
http://www.ghacks.net/2009/12/26/windows-7-reliability-monitor/
 
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Scraggy

Sorry, replied to the wrong post before.

Open Notepad (or your favorite text editor) and type in

%systemroot%\system32\perfmon.exe /rel

and save it to your desktop as perfmon.bat.
....or simply right click the desktop>New>Shortcut, paste in the link...
 
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Allen Drake

Only Win 7 has it.

Type 'Reliability Monitor' (no quotes) into the Start/run box.

Visualize the logs!
What exactly happens to a report when it is sent? Does anyone even
know?
Does MS actually deal with millions of reports?

Example:

Source
Windows Memory Diagnostic

Summary
Memory test results reported

Date
?8/?20/?2011 7:55 AM

Status
Report sent

Description
The results of running the Windows Memory Diagnostic were submitted to
Microsoft for analysis and product improvement

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: MemDiagV1
Range of memory size: 4097
Launch type: BootManager
Schedule type: Immediate
Completion type: Pass
Test type: Standard
Failed tests: 0
Number of bad pages: 0
Test duration in seconds: 1020
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: 45315422
 
C

Char Jackson

What exactly happens to a report when it is sent? Does anyone even
know? Does MS actually deal with millions of reports?
College interns! j/k
Example:

Source
Windows Memory Diagnostic

Summary
Memory test results reported

Date
?8/?20/?2011 7:55 AM

Status
Report sent

Description
The results of running the Windows Memory Diagnostic were submitted to
Microsoft for analysis and product improvement

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: MemDiagV1
Range of memory size: 4097
Launch type: BootManager
Schedule type: Immediate
Completion type: Pass
Test type: Standard
Failed tests: 0
Number of bad pages: 0
Test duration in seconds: 1020
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: 45315422
It's highly doubtful that a human ever sees the individual reports.
Instead, I'd bet they're dumped into a database. From there, specific
reports can be generated, targeted to specific items and with colorful
charts and graphs, from the hundreds of thousands of submitted
reports. In that way, they're able to see anomalies and trends across
the wider user base.

Another way to look at it is to consider an individual report almost
meaningless, but when put together with a million others, there's some
real gold to be mined.
 
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A

Allen Drake

College interns! j/k


It's highly doubtful that a human ever sees the individual reports.
Instead, I'd bet they're dumped into a database. From there, specific
reports can be generated, targeted to specific items and with colorful
charts and graphs, from the hundreds of thousands of submitted
reports. In that way, they're able to see anomalies and trends across
the wider user base.

Another way to look at it is to consider an individual report almost
meaningless, but when put together with a million others, there's some
real gold to be mined.
An interesting thought. I would rather like to think of it as an
experiment. Like shooting at the moon to see what bounces back while
at the same time planning a trip to mars. Windows 8 anyone?
 
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