June, 2009

  • Sajay's Blog

    What to Measure?

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink     If it doesn't run fast at first, it will run even slower later.
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    Performance Testing for Web application - NeXpert

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink Here is a quick way to get an idea of how long your request/response takes and a ton of more data regarding your payload. neXpert is an add-on to Fiddler Web Debugger which aids in performance testing web...
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    The Channel Pump

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink Deep dive - Nicholas Allen's talk on WCF performance and Scale - PowerPoint Deck - Webcast From the above talk you get an idea of the pull and the push model and a combination of these for certain channels...
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    AsyncResults and IAsyncResults

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink Here is a deep dive on of how to implement your AsyncResult http://www.sajay.com/page/Implementing-IAsyncResult.aspx Quick Pointers  Hello World - Using the IAsyncResult Source AsyncResult.cs
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    How to use an AsyncResult?

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink I have a much longer article in mind for this and will be publishing it out soon . But to quickly answer this let us use an implementation from the framework itself using a delegate. Please note, this is...
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    Lock Free iterator

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink Most common data structures are usually meant for single threaded access and queues are no exception. When there are multiple producers writing to the queue we usually need to make sure that the writer is...
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    Find processes that have open handles to your files - Powershell

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink This seemed like a really nice mix of handle.exe from sysinternals and powershell. Check out the script at http://msgoodies.blogspot.com/2009/03/get-openfile.html Update fix for get-process piping You have...
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    How can I create a binding instance from a configuration name?

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    Bindings (such as BasicHttpBinding, WSHttpBinding etc.) have a have a constructor that take the configuration name. You need to know the type of binding as the name themselves are not unique across different binding sections.
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    WCF Configuration Manager

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    Note: Cross posted from Sajay . Permalink Finally after about 3 releases of WCF we got a configuration service sample on MSDN. I haven't exactly played with the bits myself but did get a good review from some folks who wanted to use it for service...
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