#478 Using PerfView to Diagnose High CPU in an ASP.NET app

PerfView was critical in tracking down the problem

Using PerfView to Diagnose High CPU in an ASP.NET app

At work, I was recently faced with a puzzling issue with an ASP.NET application in a non-prod environment, and PerfView was critical in tracking down the problem.

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