Elements

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1

This section describes elements that you can use to author recording profiles for Windows® Performance Recorder (WPR).

In This Section

Element Description

Element Hierarchy

Presents a complete hierarchy of the schema elements.

Buffers

Describes either the number of buffers to be allocated when starting a session or the percentage of total memory that should be allocated for the session, depending on the value of the PercentageOfTotalMemory attribute.

BufferSize

Describes the size of each buffer, in KB.

CaptureStateOnSave

Represents a collection of keywords that describe the events to be captured when a trace is saved.

CaptureStateOnStart

Represents a collection of keywords that describe the events to be captured at the start of a recording.

Collectors

Represents a collection of system collector identifiers, event collector identifiers, and optionally heap event collector identifiers.

CustomEvent

Represents a custom event.

CustomEvents

Represents a collection of custom events.

CustomKeyword

Represents a custom keyword for the profile.

DeletePreMergedTraceFiles

Indicates whether to deleted premerged event trace log (ETL) files.

EventCollector

Represents an event collector for the profile.

EventCollectorId

Represents an event collector identifier for the profile.

EventProvider

Configures the Event Tracing for Windows® (ETW) user-mode provider.

EventProviderId

Represents an event provider identifier for the profile.

EventProviders

Represents a collection of event provider identifiers and event providers.

FileCompression

Indicates whether to compress the ETL file.

HeapEventCollector

Represents a collector for heap events.

HeapEventCollectorId

Represents an identifier for a collector of heap events for the profile.

HeapEventProvider

Represents a provider of heap events for the profile.

HeapEventProviderId

Represents an identifier for a provider of heap events.

HeapEventProviders

Represents a collection of heap event provider identifiers and heap event providers.

HeapProcessId

Uniquely identifies a heap process.

HeapProcessIds

Represents a collection of heap process identifiers.

Keyword (in EventProvider)

Describes the ETW keyword for a user-mode provider.

Keyword (in SystemProvider)

Describes the kernel flags that can be enabled for the kernel-mode session.

Keywords (in EventProvider)

Represents a collection of event provider keywords.

Keywords (in SystemProvider)

Represents a collection of system provider keywords.

NumberOfRuns

Indicates the number of times that an on/off transition is run.

OnOffTransitionConfiguration

Represents an on/off transition configuration.

OnOffTransitionConfigurations

Represents a collection of on/off transition configurations.

PoolTag

Describes the pool tags to be enabled for analyzing pool pages.

PoolTags

Represents a collection of a maximum of four pool tags.

PostBootDelay

Indicates whether the length of the delay, in seconds, after booting for an on/off transition.

PrepareSystem

Indicates whether to prepare the system for an on/off transition.

ProblemCategories

Represents a collection of problem categories.

ProblemCategory

Represents a problem category for the profile.

Profile

Represents a collection of problem categories and collectors.

Profiles

Represents a collection of collectors, providers, and profiles.

Stack

Describes the kernel events on which stacks are to be enabled.

StackCaching

Describes stack caching attributes of collectors.

Stacks

Represents a collection of stacks.

SystemCollector

Describes the configurations to enable the Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) kernel-mode session.

SystemCollectorId

Represents the identifier of a system collector.

SystemProvider

Describes the configuration to enable the kernel-mode provider.

SystemProviderId

Uniquely identifies the system provider.

TraceMergeProperties

Represents a collection of trace merge properties.

TraceMergeProperty

Contains configurations that are applied when recordings from multiple profiles are merged.

TransitionTag

Indicates the transition tag for an OnOffTransitionConfiguration element.

WakeupDelay

Indicates the delay, in seconds, when emerging from a sleep state for an OnOffTransitionConfiguration element.

WindowsPerformanceRecorder

Represents metadata about the authoring of profiles.

See Also

Other Resources

Recording Profile XML Reference