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05 Dec 17 13:50
Kunal
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Stack trace in xperf for file access

Hi, A process on my windows machine is deleting one file. Can I find out who is deleting the file using etl logs collected using xperf? Also can I get the stack trace of the delete operation ? Thanks
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08 Dec 17 15:20
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Stack trace in xperf for file access

I'd say you're probably better of just using Process Monitor. Any specific reason you're trying to do this through ETW? -scott OSR @OSRDrivers
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