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You can customize the I/O Capture List to view which I/O details you are interested in. If you are interested in viewing all the I/O details for a specific I/O in one dialog box, simply right click the I/O and choose I/O Details… You can also get to this from the View main menu.

Details about the captured I/O are grouped into several categories:

Details This section displays general information about the I/O such as its I/O counter, error status, command names, and more.
Timing This section displays timing information for the I/O such as when it started and finished and its overall execution time.
Data Transfer This section displays data transfer information such as which direction the data was sent, how much data was transferred, and more.
LBA Info This section displays the LBA count and LBA for those requests accessing logical blocks.
Miscellaneous This section displays miscellaneous information about the I/O such as type of IRP captured, sense data, and more.
Originator If busTRACE is able to determine which driver initiated the I/O, this section will display information about that I/O. Included with the information is the driver name, driver revision, driver location, and more.

You can also view statistics on multiple I/Os using this feature. Select multiple I/Os in the I/O Capture List and right click on any selected I/O and choose I/O Details… Statistics for the selected I/O will be calculated and displayed.

Details about the captured I/O are grouped into several categories:

Multiple I/Os Selected This section shows you statistics for all the selected I/O such as how much time elapsed from the first to last selected I/O, how much data was transferred, and more.
Command Statistics When you select multiple I/Os, busTRACE will calculate statistics on each command sent. In this section, for each command type captured, you will see details on how many times the command was sent, how much data was transferred for the command, and more.

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