stop

Updated: October 20, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1

Displays trace stop options.

xperf [-stop [LoggerNames]|[ProfileFileName!ProfileName|SessionName merged.etl]]|[-stopall]|[-cancel rofileFileName!ProfileName|SessionName [NoDelete]] [-d merged.etl] [-heap|-critsec]

-stop LoggerNames|ProfileFileName!ProfileName|SessionName merged.etl
Turns off loggers specified in LoggerNames, turns off loggers in profile ProfileName defined in the ProfileFileName file and merges the ETL files to merged.etl, or turns off logger SessionName defined in the ProfileFileName file and merges the ETL file to Merged.etl.

-stopall
Turns off all logging sessions.

-cancel ProfileFileName!ProfileName|SessionName [NoDelete]
Turns off loggers in profile ProfileName defined in the ProfileFileName file and deletes the trace files, or turns off logger SessionName defined in the ProfileFileName file, and merges the ETL file to Merged.etl. If NoDelete is specified, trace files are not deleted.

-d merged.etl
Merges the ETL files of stopped logging sessions merged.etl. If no session is stopped explicitly, the NT kernel logger is stopped implicitly.

-boottrace off
Turns off a boot trace.

-heap
Stops heap tracing.

-critsec
Stops critical section tracing.

Currently, only one heap trace or critical section trace can be active at a time. Therefore, -heap and -critsec are mutually exclusive. If LoggerNames is not specified or -d is specified with neither -stop nor -stopall present, the kernel logger is stopped.

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