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  • Blog Post: JIT ETW Tail Call Event Fail Reasons

    This is a follow-up post for JIT ETW tracing in .NET Framework 4 . These are some of the possible strings that might show up in the FailReason field of the MethodJitTailCallFailed event. These are reasons that come from or are checked for by the VM (as compared to the JIT) and are listed in no particular...
  • Blog Post: JIT ETW Inlining Event Fail Reasons

    This is a follow-up post for JIT ETW tracing in .NET Framework 4 . These are some of the possible strings that might show up in FailReason field of the MethodJitInliningFailed event. These are reasons that come from or are checked for by the VM (as compared to the JIT) and are listed in no particular...
  • Blog Post: JIT ETW tracing in .NET Framework 4

    If you care about performance at a very low level, at one point you’ve asked yourself why the compiler, JIT, or runtime did or did not inline a certain method. Unless you worked on the compiler, JIT, or runtime, you really had no way of telling, other than trial and error (sort of like asking how a magic...
  • Blog Post: Performance implications of unmanaged array accesses

    I was recently shown the following code and asked why the loop calling SafeAccess executed significantly faster than the second loop calling UnsafeAccess : static int [] intarray = new int [ 5000 ]; static void SafeAccess(int a, int b) { int temp = intarray[a]; intarray[a] = intarray...
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