Tales from the Development Crypt: Snapshooting 450GB

We have recently crossed the bounds of our specialization to set a world record in data transfer rate by throwing a 450GB file from one machine to another in only 1 minute! It was surprisingly easy: all we had to do was find a fast-running developer and equip the guy with an HDD!
Fake world records aside, only 4 months since our previous milestone, we’ve collected and successfully opened a 450GB snapshot. We mean it. Anyone ever seen a .NET profiler lifting that much weight?

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5 Responses to Tales from the Development Crypt: Snapshooting 450GB

  1. Libor says:

    how much time did it take to open such a big file?

  2. Jura Gorohovsky says:

    It took 2 minutes

  3. Ariel says:

    I got DotTrace 3.1 last build (357) and I keep getting the Out of memory exception…Due to this I cannot work with the profiler…
    When this improvement will be available???? It is very urgent for me…

  4. Jura Gorohovsky says:

    I’m very sorry to hear that.
    Please create a new issue describing your problem at the dotTrace issue tracker. Follow the link, press Alt+Ins, provide details about your problem, and press Ctrl+Enter to save the issue.
    Please note that comments in this blog are not generally passed over to developers, and using the issue tracker is the most quick and reliable way to have your problem solved.
    If you’re having problems with the issue tracker, though, don’t hesitate to ask.

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