ETW Events in the .NET Framework

Event tracing for Windows (ETW) is a high-performance, low-overhead, scalable tracing system provided by Windows operating systems. It supplements the profiling and debugging support provided by the .NET Framework and can be used to troubleshoot a variety of scenarios. For general information about ETW, see Improve Debugging and Performance Tuning with ETW in the MSDN Library.

In the .NET Framework, ETW event tracing is available for the common language runtime (CLR), the Task Parallel Library, and Parallel LINQ (PLINQ).

ETW Events in Task Parallel Library and PLINQ

Describes how to profile parallel application code.

ETW Events in the Common Language Runtime

Describes how CLR ETW events supplement the profiling and debugging support provided by the common language runtime.

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