If THOR does not behave like it should, e.g. using more resources than you expected, taking more time with the scan as usual or unexpectedly exits with a generic error, you can create a diagnostics pack for our support to help in troubleshooting the issue.
This can be done using THOR Util's diagnostics command.
C:\thor>thor-util.exe help diagnostics
Create diagnostics pack
thor-util diagnostics [flags]
-h, --help help for diagnostics
--output string File to write diagnostics pack to (default "[...]\diagnostics.zip")
--run Rerun last THOR scan with debug logging before collecting diagnostics pack
By default the
diagnostics.zip file is put in THOR's working
directory. The location is printed on the commandline in the end
of the data collection and can be changed using the
11.1. Get diagnostics of a running THOR scan
The generally preferred method of collecting THOR diagnostics is to run THOR Util's diagnostics command directly when the issue is occurring.
11.2. Get diagnostics of a finished THOR scan
If the THOR run is already finished, you can also use the diagnostics command like above with reduced information being collected.
Another possibility is to use the
--run flag to rerun the last
THOR scan. In addition to conveniently rerunning the scan, THOR
Util can now watch over the THOR process for interrupting signals
from other processes (e.g. anti virus) which greatly helps in
determining if anti virus exclusions for THOR are applied correctly
or not. Using the
--run flag should be the preferred method if
THOR is exiting unexpectedly.
C:\thor>thor-util.exe diagnostics --run