Best Regards, Jack We are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. Otherwise, just start it normally. I think I can create a dump file from task manager before requesting a page to hit that breakpoint to crash w3wp, but that is probably not very useful right? Please see the section that corresponds to your project type. As an alternative, you may attach to w3wp. Is there a crash dump for w3wp somewhere with a stack trace that we can look at? If you don't have Visual Studio installed, you can prevent Just-In-Time debugging by disabling script debugging or server-side debugging. Answering yes will result in a successful attach when the process is listed. This happens sometimes in as little as a few minutes of developing, but sometimes takes an hour or so.
For debugging client-side script on Chrome, choose Web kit as the code type, and depending on your app type, you may need to close all Chrome instances and start the browser in debugging mode type chrome. This is extremely handy if you have Post-Build event nicely set. If the app is running locally, consider the possibility of malicious code running on your computer. Session 0 is used for services and other server processes, including w3wp. If you want to configure Web Deploy manually in Visual Studio instead of importing the settings, you can install Web Deploy 3. Has the issue been solved properly? Hi Alex, I am writing to check the status of the issue on your side. The list is not exhaustive.
If you see the App Pool, an easy way to identify the correct process is to create a new named App Pool for the app instance you want to debug, and then you can find it easily in the User Name column. The remote computer might have remote debugging components installed for some code types but not for others. On Windows Server, see for help downloading the remote tools. If you have previously configured any publishing profiles, the Publish pane appears. So based on your application Pool name you can attach the process and start the debugging. I will try asking some friends to do the same thing on their computers and see if it crashes for them too.
In this case, the runtime spawns the debugger listed in the DbgManagedDebugger registry key. I liked the State and Module name column very much. You get a yellow screen of death which is displayed in the browser. The red dot represents a breakpoint. You can add this to your code automatically by linking with the linker option.
Note Debugging between two computers connected through a proxy is not supported. I have also explained about how to get details of each worker process in web garden scenarios. So based on your application Pool name you can attach the process and start the debugging. The scripts and tools are required to enable the generation of the publish settings file. Otherwise your application will be crushed or give exception. Visual Studio 2013 Download page in Visual Studio 2013 documentation Visual Studio 2012 Download page in Visual Studio 2012 documentation Version Link Notes Visual Studio 2017 Compatible with all Visual Studio 2017 versions. Click to participate the survey.
Yeah that will be very interesting! The default Automatic setting works for most app types. The application publishes a Debug configuration of the project to the local folder. It looks like the crash in the link you sent is different from the crash I am getting. These steps are included to make sure that the server has required components installed, that the app can run correctly, and that you are ready to remote debug. If the computers are connected through a workgroup or homegroup, choose the second or third item as appropriate. I've had no luck trying to trace these errors down further - there appears to be nothing in the event log to the effect of these errors.
What about the Current Request at Worker Process? I also noticed the following error logged in my Windows event logs: A process serving application pool 'V4Dev' suffered a fatal communication error with the Windows Process Activation Service. The executable you copied to the remote machine must exactly match your local source and symbols. Unfortunately these errors usually occur when no one's watching so it's hard to see where they are actually coming from and debugging into them is not an option because typically by the time I find them the process has long terminated. Thanks so much for your help. Modify settings and click Validate to test new settings. On Windows Server, see for help downloading the remote tools.
By default, this requires a debug build. Wait for request from an external application. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. Tip Not sure whether to use Attach to Process for your debugging scenario? After that it never worked again. The w3wp process is on my local computer. Execution stops at the breakpoint again. Maybe this is an issue introduced with the update? Did you write the code yourself? Could we attach to the remote w3wp.