Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Walkthroughs: Using VSTS Test and Profilers to Find Performance Issues

    Tess Ferrandez recently wrote a couple of articles that extend her popular series of debugging labs to focus on measuring and improving performance. In ' Using VSTS Test and Profilers to troubleshoot performance issues (low cpu hang) ', Tess introduces a performance problem into an ASP.NET application...
  • Blog Post: Quick Tip: VS2008 - Compare Reports Quickly

    While investigating a performance problem you may need to collect many Performance Reports and compare them. You can use the Performance Explorer to quickly compare two reports by: Selecting two reports. Right-clicking and choosing 'Compare Performance Reports...' The oldest report will be used for the...
  • Blog Post: What code path is allocating the most bytes for a type?

    In Visual Studio 2008, we added the ability to quickly determine the most expensive call stack in your application . In profiler parlance, the “most expensive call stack” is known as the “hot path”. What do we mean by “expensive”? “Expensive” is whatever measure you want it to be: number of samples in...
  • Blog Post: Quick Tip: "Save Analyzed" for large VSP files

    One cool new feature in the Visual Studio 2008 Profiler is the ability to take a large VSP file that has been analyzed once and save the report data into a VSPS file ( V isual S tudio P rofiler S ummary files). Saving the analyzed data has several major benefits: The analyzed data is orders...
  • Blog Post: Articles on new Visual Studio Team System 2008 profiler features

    I’ve recently been working on a series of post on my blog about many of the cool new features that we are adding in Visual Studio Team System 2008 (codename Orcas). So I figured that I’d post a quick link here to all the articles that I’ve finished so far. Collecting Performance Counter information...
Page 1 of 1 (5 items)