Tune your .NET Application that suffer from contention, poor performance, and deadlocks

יום שלישי, יולי 29, 2008

Hi, If you develop .NET application that uses: CLR thread pool You have available CPU cycles Your application performs I/O bound operations such as calling a Web method or accessing the file system The ASP.NET Applications/Requests In Application Queue performance counter indicates that you have queued requests If you are unsure whether your application is using the CLR threat pool you can check as follows. Your application may be using the CLR thread pool if any of these conditions is true: Your application makes Web service calls. Your application uses the WebRequest or HttpWebRequest classes to make outgoing Web requests. Your application explicitly queues...