The !wdfkd.wdfqueue extension displays information about a specified framework queue object and the framework request objects that are in the queue.
KMDF 1, UMDF 2
For more information, see Kernel-Mode Driver Framework Debugging.
The following example shows the display from a !wdfkd.wdfqueue extension.
kd> !wdfqueue 0x7ce7d1e8 Dumping WDFQUEUE 0x7ce7d1e8 ========================= Parallel, Power-managed, PowerOff, Can accept, Can dispatch, ExecutionLevelDispatch, SynchronizationScopeNone Number of driver owned requests: 0 Number of waiting requests: 0 EvtIoDefault: (0xf221fad0) wdfrawbusenumtest!EvtIoQueueDefault
The queue in the preceding example is configured for parallel dispatching, is power-managed but is currently in the Off state, and can both accept and dispatch requests.