Windows 10: 100% Disk: WPR_Initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl

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  1.    11 Dec 2016 #1

    100% Disk: WPR_Initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl


    Disk usage spikes to 100% all the time with only FF browser open - and even with nothing open. Already disabled Windows Search and Superfetch. Resource Monitor shows "WPR_Initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl" using 900K B/Sec:

    Image PID File Read (B/sec) Write (B/sec) Total (B/sec) I/O Priority Response Time (ms)
    System 4 C:\Windows\Temp\WPR_initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl 287,045 647,656 934,701 Normal 3

    I have no idea if this is the cause, this is just always at the top of Disk in Resource Monitor. Task Manager for Disk has the highest using Disk at 0.3 MB/s so it's not showing whatever is using all that Disk.

    See screenshots of Resource Monitor, Task Manager, Windows Temp file
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Windows Temp.jpg   Tskmngr.jpg   ResourceMonitor.jpg  
    Last edited by tufa4311; 11 Dec 2016 at 02:28.
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  2.    11 Dec 2016 #2

    tufa4311 said: View Post
    Disk usage spikes to 100% all the time with only FF browser open - and even with nothing open. Already disabled Windows Search and Superfetch. Resource Monitor shows "WPR_Initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl" using 900K B/Sec:

    Image PID File Read (B/sec) Write (B/sec) Total (B/sec) I/O Priority Response Time (ms)
    System 4 C:\Windows\Temp\WPR_initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl 287,045 647,656 934,701 Normal 3

    I have no idea if this is the cause, this is just always at the top of Disk in Resource Monitor. Task Manager for Disk has the highest using Disk at 0.3 MB/s so it's not showing whatever is using all that Disk.

    See screenshots of Resource Monitor, Task Manager, Windows Temp file
    I have the same
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  3. Posts : 8
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       11 Dec 2016 #3

    Same issue here, too. Very curious! For me, it happened right after upgrading to 14393.479, and only on 1 of my PCs I think.

    Note: I found a quick workaround to stop it until next reboot:
    Start Command Prompt (Admin), then type: WPR -cancel
    ... but for me, after rebooting, the WPR logging started right up again.
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  4.    11 Dec 2016 #4

    Jacob Klein said: View Post
    Same issue here, too. Very curious! For me, it happened right after upgrading to 14393.479, and only on 1 of my PCs I think.

    Note: I found a quick workaround to stop it until next reboot:
    Start Command Prompt (Admin), then type: WPR -cancel
    ... but for me, after rebooting, the WPR logging started right up again.
    That worked however WPR is supposed to be what is used to diagnose what the problem - not to cause the problem!? 90% of the suggestions to fix this issue say to download WPR and run an analysis - looks like this WPR is getting hung and keeps the disk at 100%.
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  5.    11 Dec 2016 #5

    Hi I also have the same problem and I have tried everything, however in my resource monitor is says that C:\Windows\Temp\WPR_initated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl is using up a lot of my total disk from my System. Click image for larger version. 

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  6.    11 Dec 2016 #6

    Hi,
    i have exactly the same problem. After some searching i have found the service "DiagTrack" that i have stopped and 100% usage stopped. I'm hoping this problem will get fixed.
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  7.    11 Dec 2016 #7

    and I have the same EXACT problem! I thought it was me!
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  8.    11 Dec 2016 #8

    JackOneil said: View Post
    Hi,
    i have exactly the same problem. After some searching i have found the service "DiagTrack" that i have stopped and 100% usage stopped. I'm hoping this problem will get fixed.

    jack hit on a workaround! well done jack!
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  9.    11 Dec 2016 #9

    Jacob Klein said: View Post
    Same issue here, too. Very curious! For me, it happened right after upgrading to 14393.479, and only on 1 of my PCs I think.

    Note: I found a quick workaround to stop it until next reboot:
    Start Command Prompt (Admin), then type: WPR -cancel
    ... but for me, after rebooting, the WPR logging started right up again.
    The more annoying part about this is that `WPR -status` says nothing's recording and that running `WPR -cancel` will return an error if no profile is recording. So that's garbage in and of itself.

    I don't know what the right answer to solve this is but it's not what I did, which was to create a batch file with this `WPR -cancel` command and add a shortcut to it in the startup folder. Now every time I restart, it run the cancel command.
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  10.    11 Dec 2016 #10

    load task manager, click on services tab, click on name to reorder it alphabetically, scroll down to find DiagTrack, right click, click stop.

    credit to JackOneil
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