CeLog Zones (Compact 2013)

3/28/2014

The following table shows the supported CeLog event logging zones.

Zone

Value

Events captured

CELZONE_ALWAYSON

0x40000000

Events that are always on and that are not otherwise associated with a zone.
- or -
Events that cannot be disabled from the logging process, such as CELID_SYNC_END.

CELZONE_BOOT_TIME

0x00010000

Events in the boot process, used to profile the device startup sequence.

CELZONE_CRITSECT

0x00000100

Events related to critical sections.

CELZONE_DEBUG

0x00800000

Events related to debugging messages.

CELZONE_DEMANDPAGE

0x00000010

Events related to paging.

CELZONE_HEAP

0x00000800

Events related to heaps.

CELZONE_INTERRUPT

0x00000001

Events related to interrupts.

CELZONE_KCALL

0x00400000

Deprecated.

Events related to KCALLs. Because KCALL generates numerous events, this must be explicitly set or no data is logged.

CELZONE_LOADER

0x00004000

Events related to the loader.

CELZONE_MEMTRACKING

0x00008000

Events related to memory tracking. Reserved.

CELZONE_MIGRATE

0x00000004

Events related to migration of threads between processes.

CELZONE_MISC

0x80000000

Events not belonging to a particular category.

CELZONE_PRIORITYINV

0x00000080

Events related to priority inversion.

CELZONE_PROCESS

0x00000040

Events related to processes.

CELZONE_PROFILER

0x00000400

Events related to the kernel profiler.

For information, see Setting up the Kernel Profiler.

CELZONE_RESCHEDULE

0x00000002

Events related to the scheduler.

CELZONE_RESERVED1

0x20000000

Reserved for system use.

CELZONE_RESERVED2

0x10000000

Reserved for system use.

CELZONE_SYNCH

0x00000200

Events related to synchronization. These include event, mutex, and semaphore operations, as well as calls to WaitForMultipleObjects.

CELZONE_THREAD

0x00000020

Events related to threads, except for thread switches, which are in CELZONE_RESCHEDULE.

CELZONE_TLB

0x00000008

Events related to the translation look-aside buffer (TLB).

CELZONE_VIRTMEM

0x00001000

Events related to virtual memory.

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