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  • Blog Post: StaticCompressionDisableCpuUsage and DynamicCompressionDisableCpuUsage

    Performance problems are generally difficult to find the root cause of and fix. There are so many ‘touch points’ that where to start looking much less finding the root cause while the issue is happening, can be a challenge. I found these 4 Compression settings very interesting and a system...
  • Blog Post: Debug = True

    If you have ever performed website optimization then it is likely you have read this article here . This article discusses the impact of having the debug set to true in your production application. In another one of my blogs on C#, I made the comment once about "what is a technical blog without a comparison...
  • Blog Post: Using !DumpThreadConfig (!dtc) within WinDbg

    I have written articles about how to capture a W3WP memory dump on Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 . Once you have the memory dump, you need to analyze it to find out what is causing the problem. One command I use while analyzing a memory dump is !DumpThreadConfig or !dtc. Figure 1 shows the output of...
  • Blog Post: Setting up performance counters for ASP.NET

    Troubleshooting a performance problem can be very complicated. Unfortunately, in many cases you prepare and begin learning about how to fix a performance problem when it is happening or just after a performance problem. The fact is, you need to monitor your system and gather statistics on what is considered...
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