Using the Profiling Tools From the Command-Line
Command-line performance tools allow programmers to profile their applications at the command prompt. This section contains reference topics for the command-line profiling tools together with topics that demonstrate their use.
How to: Specify Symbol File Locations from the Command Line
To view the names of functions and parameters, the profiler must have access the symbol (.pdb) files of the profiled binaries. This topic describes how to specify the location of symbol files.
How to: Install the Stand-Alone Profiler
Learn how to install and configure the programs and services that are required to profile an application on computers that do not have the Visual Studio IDE installed.
Using Profiling Methods to Collect Performance Data from the Command Line
Provides links to detailed procedural topics that are grouped by the profiling method that you want to use.
Command-Line Profiling of Stand-Alone Applications
Provides links to detailed procedural topics for profiling stand-alone Windows and command line applications and components.
Command-Line Profiling of ASP.NET Web Applications
Provides links to detailed procedural topics for profiling ASP.NET applications and components.
Command-Line Profiling of Services
Provides links to detailed procedural topics for profiling Windows and Web service applications and components.
Creating Profiler Reports from the Command-Line
Use profiler command line tools to generate xml and text reports of profiling data.
Command-Line Profiling Tools Reference
Reference for the command-line profiling tools.