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Allocation hot spots by object count

The Allocation hot spots by object count view focuses on identifying the .NET methods that created the most objects during program execution. These methods, referred to as allocation hot spots, are often the root causes of performance issues and are critical to address for improving overall application performance.

The excessive creation of objects in a .NET application can significantly impact performance by increasing memory consumption and triggering more frequent garbage collection events. Each object allocation incurs memory overhead and potentially results in longer execution times as the garbage collector works to reclaim memory from unused objects. This can lead to increased CPU usage, longer response times, and even application slowdowns, making efficient object management a critical consideration for maintaining optimal .NET application performance.

By pinpointing allocation hot spots, you can focus your optimization efforts on the areas that have the most impact on improving the overall performance and efficiency of your .NET application.

Allocation hot spots by object count

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