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VSPerfASPNetCmd

The VSPerfASPNetCmd.exe command line tool allows you to profile ASP.Net websites without requiring that you set environment variables or restart your computer. Use VSPerfASPNetCmd.exe instead of VSPerfCmd when you are profiling ASP.NET websites and you do not need the additional functionality provided by VSPerCmd. For more information about VSPerfASPNetCmd, see Rapid Web Site Profiling with VSPerfASPNETCmd. VSPerfASPNetCmd is the preferred command line tool to use when you are using the standalone profiler to profile an ASP.NET Web site.

vsperfaspnetcmd [/Options] Website

Option

Description

/Sample   or   /s

Profiles website by using the sampling method. /Sample is the default method. /Sample cannot be used with /Trace.

/Trace    or   /t

Profiles website by using the instrumentation method. /Trace cannot be used with /Sample.

/Memory[:Type]   or   /m[:{a|l}]

Profiles memory allocation and optionally profiles object lifetimes (garbage collection). /Memory can be used with the sampling or the instrumentation method.

Type can be one of the following:

  • allocation (or a) collects memory allocation data only.

  • lifetime (or l) collects memory allocation and object lifetime data.

The default Type is allocation.

/Tip    or   /i

Adds detailed ASP.NET request and ADO.NET call information to the profiling data. /Tip can be used with the sampling or the instrumentation method, and it can be used with the /Memory option.

/Output: File    or   /o:File

Specifies the path and file name of the profiling data (.vsp) file.

/NoWait    or   /n

Returns the command prompt immediately so that additional commands can be used in the command prompt window. You must type VSPerfASPNETCmd /Shutdown on a separate command line to turn profiling off.

/PackSymbols[:{on|off}    or   /p[:{on|off}

Embeds symbols (function and paramater names, etc.) in profiling data (.vsp) file.

/Shutdown: Website   or   /d:Website

Turns profiling off. Use as the only option on a command line after using the /NoWait option to start profiling, or if the profiler ends unexpectedly. Specify the same url that you used in the original VSPerfASPNETCmd command.

Website

The url of the website to be profiled.

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