May, 2004

  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    Tech-ed Reminder: DEV302 session, Thursday 5/27 1:30pm

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    I just wanted to toss up a reminder for anyone interested in the profiler to please go see our PM Eric Lee give a more in-depth demonstration of what the profiler can do for you (and static analysis too!). [Steve Carroll - scarroll]
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    Managing how you Profile .Net Code

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    There are three environment variables needed for a .Net application you wish to profile. The profiler team has provided VSPerfCLREnv.cmd to set these variables for you. The switches for this helper file are: for trace (instrumentation) profiling: ...
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    profiler video clips

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    Here's a video clip of the profiler at work: http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/1/d/11d5f95b-f75d-4921-8a32-46a14c4d1448/Static%20Analysis-Perf.wmv Also PREfast and FxCop videos: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID...
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    .csv files from vsperfreport.exe

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    Just this morning someone on an internal microsoft list pointed me to a promising looking (and free) .csv parsing tool - http://www.logparser.com/ It claims the ability to run SQL queries against CSV files. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/scriptcenter...
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    Profiling is great! ... What does it do?

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    The profiler has been gone from Visual Studio for awhile. I think... 6.0? Or maybe even 5.0 was the last incarnation. The core idea is to provide a tool to find those parts of your application that are preventing it from meeting performance goals, and...
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    running from the command line

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    Typically, you can run the "Visual Studio Command Prompt" shortcut from the start menu and then have full access to visual studio command line tools. The good news is that the profiler can be run completely from the command line. The not so good news...
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    tech ed 2004

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    Well, our trusty PM is at Tech Ed, and the rest of us are sitting back at a safe distance in Redmond! We've been firing on all cylinders in order to get this stuff ready, and this is the first time our product has ever been announced so it's quite a day...
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