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Default Analysing DebugDiag Report

I have used one tool called DebugDiag which analyses the Process and generates reports according. It tracks variaous activities like Memory leak, Process crash etc....

I ran the tool on Production server where are live application is running to find if there were any Memory leaks, process crash, hangs etc,....
The tool generated one report which I'm finding hard to analyse.
If anyone could help in anlysing the report that would of great help.

I'm not able to paste the report here. Please suggest as to how could I send the report so that you guys can go through it.

Thanks in advance,
Sameer Kulkarni.

Sameer Kulkarni
Software Engineer

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