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  • Blog Post: NGen: Creating Setup Projects

    This is article 4 of 4 in the NGen: Walk-through Series . The NGen technology is designed to be used during the installation phase of a managed application or library. This article will talk about the various installer technologies available, which one to choose, and how to invoke NGen given that installer...
  • Blog Post: NGen: Measuring Working Set with VMMap

    This is article 3 of 4 in the NGen: Walk-through Series . This article is part of a series of blog posts intended to help managed code developers analyze if Native Image Generation (NGen) technology provides benefit to their application/library. NGen refers to the process of pre-compiling Microsoft®...
  • Blog Post: NGen: Measuring Warm Startup Performance with Xperf

    This is article 2 of 4 in the NGen: Walkthrough Series . This article is part of a series of blog posts intended to help managed code developers analyze if Native Image Generation (NGen) technology provides benefit to their application/library. NGen refers to the process of pre-compiling Microsoft® Intermediate...
  • Blog Post: NGen: Getting Started with NGen in Visual Studio

    This is article 1 of 4 in the NGen: Walkthrough Series . Hey there managed code developer. So you’d like to test drive the NGen technology in the .Net Framework? This article will walk you through how to use NGen for your existing solution in Visual Studio 2010. To familiarize yourself with the concepts...
  • Blog Post: NGen: Walk-through Series

    Now that Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 has shipped, we thought it would be a good time to publish a series of articles focused on how to use the NGen technology and how to measure performance benefits from it. This series features hands-on style content, so get your copy of Visual Studio 2010 installed...
  • Blog Post: Improvements to NGen in .NET Framework 4

    .NET Framework 4 is our first release since we shipped FX 3.5 SP1 (FX 4 beta 1 is now available here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx ). FX 3.5 SP1 contained major changes to NGen – features that improved startup performance, security, NGen time and compilation working set – described...
  • Blog Post: Running NGen as part of installing a Microsoft Exchange patch roll up takes ~2 hours [Lakshan Fernando]

    I work in the CodeGen test team and wanted to share a recent customer experience that was related to ngen. One of our Customer Service and Support (CSS) engineers in France contacted us regarding an installation delay with the latest Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 update rollup. Apparently the patch...
  • Blog Post: To NGen or Not to NGen?

    One of the topics we often get questions on is about when it makes sense to invest the extra effort to pre-compile assemblies via NGen instead of simply relying on the JIT compiler to generate native code on the fly at application runtime. I thought I would try to answer that question in our first "real...
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