Last post Aug 16, 2019 04:13 AM by Yongqing Yu
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In production, my website is sometimes slow. I don't know whether this is due to my hosting company being slow sometimes, or the internet being slow, or my code being slow or my hosting company having a problem connecting my website to a shared sql database
on site. I also have a copy of the website on my local PC, working with a database using sql Express on my local PC. I tried running performance profiler with CHROME (the default is Internet Explorer, but my website has jquery features that IE cannot handle)
and it did not work, until I found an article that told me to go to the debug menu, point to profiler, then performance explorer, and then click attach (chrome has to be already running) and then I can attach chrome. It then asks me to upgrade my credentials
to administrator, by letting it restart itself, and when it does that, I can debug and this window shows up. However, I look at the window and don't know what it means or how to use it:
Aug 16, 2019 04:13 AM|Yongqing Yu|LINK
However, I look at the window and don't know what it means or how to use it:
This window is a tool for monitoring performance while debugging code.
In this diagnostic window, you will find three tools called Events, Memory Usage, and CPU Usage. You can enable or disable CPU and memory tools by selecting or unchecking them from the Select Tools drop-down menu.
For more details about this tool, you can refer to this link : Diagnostic Tools debugger window in Visual Studio 2015
Quickstart: First look at profiling tools