The !job extension displays a job object.

!job [Process [Flags]] 


Specifies the hexadecimal address of a process or a thread whose associated job object is to be examined. If this is omitted, or equal to -1 (in Windows 2000), or equal to zero (in Windows XP and later), the job associated with the current process is displayed.

Specifies what the display should contain. This can be a sum of any of the following bit values. The default is 0x1:

Bit 0 (0x1)
Causes the display to include job settings and statistics.

Bit 1 (0x2)
Causes the display to include a list of all processes in the job.


Windows 2000


Windows XP and later


Additional Information

For information about job objects, see Microsoft Windows Internals, by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon.


Here is an example of the output from this extension:

kd> !process 52c
Searching for Process with Cid == 52c
PROCESS 8276c550  SessionId: 0  Cid: 052c    Peb: 7ffdf000  ParentCid: 0060
    DirBase: 01289000  ObjectTable: 825f0368  TableSize:  24.
    Image: cmd.exe
    VadRoot 825609e8 Vads 30 Clone 0 Private 77. Modified 0. Locked 0.
    DeviceMap e1733f38
    Token                             e1681610
    ElapsedTime                       0:00:12.0949
    UserTime                          0:00:00.0359
    CommitCharge                      109
    Job                               8256e1f0

kd> !job 8256e1f0
Job at ffffffff8256e1f0
  TotalPageFaultCount      0
  TotalProcesses           1
  ActiveProcesses          1
  TotalTerminatedProcesses 0
  LimitFlags               0
  MinimumWorkingSetSize    0
  MaximumWorkingSetSize    0
  ActiveProcessLimit       0
  PriorityClass            0
  UIRestrictionsClass      0
  SecurityLimitFlags       0
  Token                    00000000

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