Code Right

Hi,
I'm using PERFMON utility to measure performance of an asp.net application with Asp.Net and Asp.Net Applications performance objects (attribute group) of Perfmon Utility. I've deployed 2 same Asp.Net application on my machine, the only difference is one is developed using Asp.Net 1.1 and the other is developed using Asp.Net 2.0. Through observation I've noticed one thing that's Asp.Net and Asp.Net Application attribute group reflects the values same as Asp.Net 2.0. and Asp.Net Apps 2.0 attribute group and not refecting the values those are of Asp.Net 1.1.4322 and Asp.Net Apps 1.1.4322 attribute groups.



My understanding for this is Asp.Net and Asp.Net Applications are generic attribute group and they should refelect values of both attribute groups (Asp.Net 1.1.4322 and Asp.Net 2.0 as well Asp.net Apps 1.1.4322 and Asp.Net Apps 2.0). I've all 3 versions of .Net installed on my machine but I'm not getting any attribute group specific to Asp.Net 3.0 like previous two.



Can anyone make me clear on which attribute group to use for measuring performance of various Asp.Net Application i.e. Generic one or Version Specific



Re: 64-Bit .NET Framework Development. Difference between performance counters of Asp.net and Asp.net Application performance objects?

Feng Chen - MSFT

Hi Code Right,

In .net framework 3.0, ASP.net¡¯s version is still 2.0. There¡¯s no ASP.net 3.0.

And there are several references about ASP.net performance counter in Performance Monitor:

l System and Application Performance Counters for ASP.NET

l ASP.NET Performance Monitoring, and When to Alert Administrators

Hope this helps!

For more questions about ASP.net, Recommend posting them on the forum http://forums.asp.net/ , there ASP.NET experts can give you satisfying answers.

Thanks!






Re: 64-Bit .NET Framework Development. Difference between performance counters of Asp.net and Asp.net Application performance objects?

Fredrikjonsson

Hi,

I have the same problem. When you try to add performance counters in IIS6 + .Net 2, you can only choose performance object ASP.NET Apps v.1.4322.. not v2.0.. and of course, the 1.4322 version does not give any data.

Regards,

Fredrik