Answer by ulf t. · 6 days ago
DNA is a transaction oriented tool. If you really have a single transaction that is over 300 MB then I have to say I'm impressed :-)
That said I have 2 questions:
Where is your DNA - Is it standalone on your desktop or is it in your server?
At what stage does it fail?
Answer by Tomasz S. · 6 days ago
We have a tool designed specifically for dealing with large traces – this is the Trace Trimmer tool installed together with DNA console (you can find it in the Start Menu). It allows you to browse trace contents and decide on which portion of conversations or protocols you want to analyze further. You can also pick a time range at this point, which would make the output trace smaller and let you focus on the actual transactions.
While the above recommendation is worth trying anyway, you mentioned “file format not recognized”, which may lead us somewhere else. Where does this trace come from?
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