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.Net Profiler – Class Library with vsperfCmd

In the previous article, we have seen how to profile the ASP.Net application. In this post, we would be covering the class Library. 

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.Net Profiler – ASP.NET Application with vsperfCmd

In the previous article, we have seen the usage of vsperfASPNetCmd. In this article, we will be looking into vsperfCmd, vsperfCmd can be used when you really want to profile as a part of the endurance test.

Note that I would not recommend running the profiler for more than 2 minutes.

I created a PowerShell script to perform the following steps as we have done in the previous article.

  • Instrument the assembly that will be analyzed
  • Re-sign the assembly (since the process of instrumenting an assembly removes the strong name)
  • Deploy the instrumented assembly into GAC (you may have to replace the method UpdateGacAssemblyIfNecessary if you want to copy the instrumented assemblies to the “bin” folders)
  • Start the profiler
  • Run the tests
  • Stop the profiler

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.Net Profiler – ASP.NET Application

You have an based application hosted on IIS and you want to analysis the performance by using the .Net Profiler, there are two ways to achieve this. Firstly, using Visual Studio IDE or using the command line tools.

In this article, I will show you how to use the command line tools.

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