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CloudFx Tracing and Diagnostics
Today I'm investigating how CloudFx tracing and diagnostics works. I want to control the verbosity of output. I found an answer from Valery M here to a question titled "Annoying diagnostics traces for queue storage", which got me started. As of the CloudFx 18.104.22.168 release on NuGet, there is a class...
8 Aug 2013
Improved Tracing and ETW Support in .NET 4.5
.NET 4.5 added the System.Diagnostic.Tracing namespace . Classes derived from its EventSource and EventListener classes are now preferred for tracing. Vance Morrison's blog has excellent articles about developing with these new classes. EventSource is now the gateway from .NET to ETW so use EventSource...
12 Mar 2013
Configuring diagnostics.wadcfg to Capture Custom Log Files
Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) has the ability to copy files to Azure blob storage. The feature is meant for copying custom log files but you can use it to copy any file that WAD has permission to access. To configure this feature via diagnostics.wadcfg add appropriate <DataSource>...
31 Mar 2011
Configuring WAD via the diagnostics.wadcfg Config File
Azure 1.3 added the ability to control Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) via a config file. The MSDN documentation covering diagnostics.wadcfg explains that the capability was added to support the VM role. The documentation also says to continue configuring WAD via code in OnStart for the other role types...
29 Mar 2011
Azure Diagnostics and ASP.NET Health Monitoring
By default Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) does not receive ASP.NET Health Monitoring events. The machine web.config file at %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\Config\web.config shows the default behavior of ASP.NET Health Monitoring. Basically all unhandled errors and audit failures...
26 Feb 2011
WAD is Built on ETW
Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) is built upon Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) . To get the most out of WAD and future Azure product offerings you need to understand and use ETW. Here is a little ETW primer and how it relates to WAD: 1. ETW is the efficient kernel-level tracing facility built into...
26 Feb 2011
Windows Azure Diagnostics Series
I’ve decided to write a series of blog posts on Windows Azure Diagnostics best practices to share what I’ve learned. MSIT is in the process of reviewing our current Azure monitoring, combining it with some product team insight, to define MSIT’s Azure monitoring and debugging best practices...
26 Feb 2011
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