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Profiling IIS application

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Profiling IIS application

Postby Annsarp » Fri Jul 10, 2015 12:48 pm

We are using yourkit to profile an IIS application. The IIS application is making calls to underlying COM+ components. The trouble is yourkit is not profiling any calls except for login to the application, the calls to COM+ components are not showing under CPU profiling. I sampled the requests/sec counter for W3SVC_W3WP (IIS performance counter) and I am able to see an increase whenever there is an application activity from the GUI. Want to understand if some specific setting in yourkit needs to be enabled for the calls the calls to COM+ components to be profiled in yourkit.

Also what is the best way to profile the flow for this COM+ application.
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Re: Profiling IIS application

Postby Anton Katilin » Tue Jul 14, 2015 4:07 pm

You can profile only managed code. Unmanaged code cannot be profiled.
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