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Vance Morrison is currently an Architect on the .NET Runtime Team, specializing in performance issues with the runtime or managed code in general.

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  • Blog Post: Walk Through Getting Started with ETW TraceEvent NuGet Samples package

    In a previous post , I talked about the TraceEvent NuGet Library, which allows you to read and manipulate Event Tracing for Windws (ETW). There is a companion post about the EventSource NuGet package which allows you to create your own ETW events (or in fact to send those events to anywhere you choose...
  • Blog Post: TraceEvent Nuget package has moved from Prelease to Stable

    Back in August in this blog enty , I announced that the TraceEvent Library Nuget Package and the TraceEvent Library Samples Nuget Package have been published at www.nuget.org as Prerelease software. Well I just updated this to be a stable version (version 1.0.5). For those who don't already know...
  • Blog Post: TraceEvent NuGet package moves from Beta to Release Candidate (RC) status

    In my August blog I announced that the TraceEvent library for parsing Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) information was released as a Nuget package. Well I have updated that package to with several months of updates and declared it a release candidate. You can get the TraceEvent Nuget package or if...
  • Blog Post: TraceEvent ETW Library published as a NuGet Package

    I am happy to report that the TraceEvent Library Nuget Package and the TraceEvent Library Samples Nuget Package have been published at www.nuget.org . If you look for them be sure to set the filtering to include ‘prerelease’ or you will not see them. You can see this blog entry for the formal...
  • Blog Post: Using TraceEvent to mine information in OS registered ETW providers

    In previous blocks on TraceEvent I shows you how easy it was to start up ETW sessions to collect information generated by System.Diagnnostics.Tracing.EventSource classes (typically logging that you yourself did). But I also mentioned in other blogs that the one of the real strengths of ETW was the fact...
  • Blog Post: New version of TraceEvent / PerfMonitor Posted to bcl.codeplex.com

    For several years now, I have had code called the 'TraceEvent library' that allows you to access ETW files (ETL files) from C#. However for over a year now, I have not updated the public version of that library. Well, that time has ended. I updated the TraceEvent library as well as the PerfMonitor...
  • Blog Post: Using TraceSource to log ETW data to a file

    Yesterday's blog post was showing how you can use EventSource to generate ETW events and the TraceEvent library to read them in 'real time'. Today we will do a slight variation on that example. Instead of reading the events in real time, we will simply log them to a file, and then later (it happens...
  • Blog Post: An End-To-End ETW Tracing Example: EventSource and TraceEvent

    I have already made a series of blogs about EventSource starting with my tutorial introduction to EventSource . This gives you enough information to generate events, and using the PerfView tool, lets you look at these events in a viewer. This is great for a broad variety of ad-hoc scenarios. However...
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