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Collecting .NET Framework Memory Data for Stand-Alone Applications by Using the Profiler Command Line

This section describes the procedures and options for collecting memory allocation and object lifetime data for a .NET client (stand-alone) application using the sampling method from the command line.

How to: Launch a Stand-Alone .NET Framework Application with the Profiler to Collect Memory Data by Using the Command Line

Describes how to start a client application and collect .NET memory data by using Profiling Tools commands.

How to: Attach the Profiler to a .NET Framework Stand-Alone Application to Collect Memory Data by Using the Command Line

Describes how to connect the profiler to a running instance of a .NET client application and collect memory data.

How to: Instrument a Stand-Alone .NET Framework Component and Collect Memory Data with the Profiler by Using the Command Line

Descibes how to instrument and profile .NET client components to collect memory data.

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

Describes how profile client applications using the sampling method.

Collecting Detailed Timing Data for a Stand-Alone Application by Using the Profiler Command Line

Describes how to collect detailed timing data from client applications by using the instrumentation method.

Collecting Memory Data from an ASP.NET Web Application by Using the Profiler Command Line

Describes how to collect memory allocation and lifetime data for ASP.NET applications.

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

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

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