Debug managed Linux core dumps with Visual Studio

Tagged in .NET Core Debugging Diagnostics Linux

Analyzing dumps is a really popular technique to debug issues on remote machines, this is especially true when you do ...

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Collecting Managed Crash Dumps on App Services for Linux

Tagged in .NET .NET Core DasBlog Core Diagnostics Linux

I recently designed a CLI to help folks complete the deployment of DasBlog Core using SSH on Linux. In all honesty I am ...

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Why we need the Rundown Provider

Tagged in .NET .NET Core

I am going to be honest when investigating issues in production, if given the choice between tracing a process or ...

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Performance Profiling - .NET Object Allocation Tracking

Tagged in .NET Performance Visual Studio

In this video Sagar Shetty shows you how you can see how much memory your app uses and what code paths allocate the ...

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Performance Profiling - CPU Usage

Tagged in .NET Performance Visual Studio

A good way to start investigating performance issues in your app is to understand its CPU usage. Profiler PM Esteban ...

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Performance Profiling - In Production

Tagged in .NET Performance Visual Studio

In part 3 on performance profiling,  Esteban Herrera shows us how to profile apps once they are actually in production ...

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Performance Profiling - Picking the right tool

Tagged in .NET Performance Visual Studio

There are quite a few profiling options in Visual Studio, so it is important to learn which one to use for the various ...

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Performance Profiling - Introduction

Tagged in .NET Performance Visual Studio

If you are not sure what to do once you start experiencing performance issues in your application then check out this ...

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View the origin of a repeating call stack

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics Visual Studio

I have blogged about how tricky it can be to catch StackOverflowExceptions even with a great tool like procdump there ...

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