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Collecting Application Statistics for Services by Using the Profiler Sampling Method

This section describes the procedures and options for collecting performance statistics for Windows services using the sampling method from the command line.

How to: Attach the Profiler to a .NET Service to Collect Application Statistics by Using the Command Line

Describes how to connect the profiler to a running instance of a .NET Windows service to collect performance statistics.

How to: Attach the Profiler to a Native Service to Collect Application Statistics by Using the Command Line

Describes how to connect the profiler to a running instance of a native (C or C++) Windows service to collect performance statistics.

Collecting Detailed Timing Data for Services by Using the Instrumentation Method from the Profiler Command Line

Describes how to collect detailed timing data from Windows services by using the instrumentation method.

Collecting Memory Data from .NET Framework Services by Using the Profiler Command Line

Describes how to collect memory allocation and lifetime data from Windows services.

Collecting Application Statistics for Stand-Alone Applications by Using the Profiler Command Line

Describes how to collect performance statistics from stand-alone (client) applications by using the sampling method.

Collecting Application Statistics for ASP.NET Web Applications Using the Profiler Sampling Method from the Command Line

Describes how to collect performance statistics from ASP.NET applications by using the sampling method.

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