A dump file is a snapshot of an application at the point in time the dump is taken. For performance or hang issues, you need to collect, hang dumps. A hang dump is also known as "manual dump".
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1. Open Command Prompt Press Win + R keys and key in Cmd
2. Assuming MicroStation is in a hung state Key-in "procdump microstation.exe" Key-in "\\live.sysinternals.com\tools\procdump microstation.exe"
To create a dump file in folder "d:\dumpfolder\" Key-in "procdump microstation.exe d:\dumpfolder\" Key-in "\\live.sysinternals.com\tools\procdump microstation.exe d:\dumpfolder\"
Write 3 mini dumps 30 seconds apart of a process named 'microstation': Key-in "procdump -s 30 -n 3 microstation.exe" Key-in "\\live.sysinternals.com\tools\procdump -s 30 -n 3 microstation.exe"
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Note: For MicroStation V8i, use process name as "ustation.exe" e.g. "procdump ustation.exe"