As a follow up to my previous post When Page Output Caching Does Not OutputI have recorded a video which actually walks you through the steps and issues which I documented in this previous post. So for those of you whom donâ€™t like to read all that much you may watch this video and/or refer back to my previous post on the same subject.
Recently I left Microsoft where I worked for almost 15 years and where about 10 of those years were spent in Escalation Services where my daily routine was debugging failing or faulting applications. This all began with user and kernel mode Windows processes and then once the .Net Framework shipped I move to the ASP.Net and CLR teams and began debugging more managed processes. Normally customers would send my team crash dumps or memory dumps of the offending process(s) and we would use tools such as WinDbg or CDB to dig deeper into the process to determine what was happening. There are several challenges when doing this type of work and one of the most painful is locating and referencing the correct symbols files (*.pdb).
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