VS2010: New Profiler Summary Page

With Visual Studio 2010 we want to make it easier for customers to find and fix performance issues with their code. One of the first things we looked at was the view that shows up after profiling an application – the Summary Page. I’ll describe a few features of the new summary page using the…

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VS2010: Using the keyboard to profile an application (Alt-F2 shortcut)

In announcing the Visual Studio Beta 2 profiler features, Chris mentioned that we have a new option on the Debug menu called ‘Start Performance Analysis’ which has the Alt-F2 keyboard shortcut. This makes it easier than ever to start profiling your application. The new menu item has the following behavior: You must have a Visual…

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VS2010: Attaching the Profiler to a Managed Application

Before Visual Studio 2010, in order to attach the profiler to a managed application, certain environment variables had to be set using vsperfclrenv.cmd. An example profiling session might look like this: vsperfclrenv /sampleon [Start managed application from the same command window] vsperfcmd /start:sample /output:myapp.vsp /attach:[pid] [Close application] If the environment variables were not correctly set,…

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