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Command-line Tools

Command-line performance tools allow programmers to profile their applications from the command prompt. The following tools allow you to profile code from the command line:

VSInstr

Lists VSInstr instrumentation options.

VSInstr Warnings

Lists warnings issued by VSInstr tool.

VSPerfCmd

Lists VSPerfCmd options for collecting performance data.

VSPerfMon

Lists VSPerfMon options for gathering data collection.

VSPerfReport

Lists VSPerfReport command line options for creating reports.

Performance Report Column Definition

Lists report columns and description.

How to: Gather Sampling Data using Command-line Tools

Learn how to sample applications from the command-line.

How to: Gather Instrumentation Data using Command-line Tools

Learn how to instrument applications from the command-line.

How to: View ETW Data

Learn how to view events data using the VSPerfReport tool.

Walkthrough: Command-Line Profiling Using Sampling

Learn to use command-line tools to sample application.

Walkthrough: Command-Line Profiling Using Instrumentation

Learn to use command-line tools to profile an application by using instrumentation.

Related Sections

Guidelines for Using Performance Tools

Provides guidelines for using the performance tools.

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