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PerfView is a performance analysis tool focusing on ETW information (ETL files) as well as CLR memory information (heap dumps). It can collect and view ETL files as well as XPERF CSV files. Powerful grouping operators allow you to understand performance profiles in ways other tools can't. PerfView is used internally at Microsoft by a number of teams and is the primary performance investigation tool on the .NET Runtime team. Features include:
- Non-invasive collection - suitable for use in live, production environments
- Xcopy deployment - copy and run
+ Support for very large heaps (gigabytes)
+ Snapshot diffing
+ Dump files (.dmp)
- CPU Performance
+ Support for managed, native, and mixed code
+ Can read XPerf logs
+ Profile diffing
To install PerfView, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco install perfview
To upgrade PerfView, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco upgrade perfview
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This package has no dependencies.
Release notes can be found in the built-in help file (scroll to the bottom).
|PerfView 2.0.45||141||Tuesday, August 13, 2019||approved|
|PerfView 2.0.43||307||Monday, June 24, 2019||approved|
|PerfView 2.0.42||439||Sunday, May 12, 2019||approved|
|PerfView 2.0.39||454||Friday, March 22, 2019||approved|
|PerfView 2.0.26||270||Sunday, March 3, 2019||approved|
|PerfView 1.9.0||3017||Wednesday, July 27, 2016||approved|
|PerfView 1.8.0||954||Monday, September 7, 2015||approved|
|PerfView 1.7.0||993||Monday, March 31, 2014||approved|
|PerfView 1.6.0||337||Sunday, February 16, 2014||approved|
|PerfView 1.5.0||269||Saturday, December 14, 2013||approved|
|PerfView 126.96.36.199||346||Monday, November 18, 2013||approved|
|PerfView 188.8.131.52||416||Monday, October 8, 2012||approved|
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