Feng Yuan (袁峰)
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Performance Tips: String.Split
String.Split methods are provided in .Net as a convenient way of dividing string into parts. Here are two basic forms of String.Split methods: public string  Split( char  separator, int count, StringSplitOptions options); public string  Split( string  separator, int count, StringSplitOptions...
12 Aug 2012
TextWriter.WriteLine(string, object) in less memory, less time
I found myself increasingly generating reports in .csv format, and then use Excel to analyze the reports. With large amount of data written to the .csv file, file generation time becomes more and more noticable. So I took some time to check what is taking so much time and how can it be reduced. For...
4 Aug 2012
Improving CLRProfiler 4: Reducing SampleObject memory consumption by 58%
In the previous three posts, we managed to double the speed of file loading time of CLRProfiler through profile-guided optimization in three simple steps. Now let's take a look at reducing CLRProfiler's memory consumption, making it more useful to real world applications. I managed to create a 10...
27 Mar 2011
Improving CLRProfiler 3: Double the speed of profile loading
In the first step of profile-guided optimization, we reduced tatal CPU sample of ReadNewLog.ReadFile from 6,223 samples to 5,803 samples; the second step reduced it further to 3,982. Would it be nice if we can reduce it to below 3,111 samples, essentially doubling the speed of CLRProfiler's profile loading...
23 Mar 2011
Improving CLRProfiler 2: 19.7% in TryGetValue
Playing with Visual Studio 2010 profiler data Function Code View finds another easy target for improvement: 19.7% in calling TryGetValue on a Dictionary object: This piece of code is called in 'c' command process for logged method call information. There are just millions of method calls in the...
22 Mar 2011
Improving CLRProfiler 1: 8.4% Progress Bar Update
Being a CLR performance dev, it seems that CLR profiler will be a very useful. So now I'm trying to understand it inside out, and may be even make some improvement to it. Here are the steps I'm taking: Download CLR profiler 4.0 source code. Unzip, open solution using Visual Studio 2010, making...
21 Mar 2011
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