Memory profiling for .NET developers
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I was memory profiling a .NET 3.5 application with Memory Profiler 7.4.
Unfortunately the os (Windows7 32bit) has been shut down before saving the profiler results...
Since the computer is no longer in the testing scenario (attached hardware is not available anymore) my question is if it is possible to make use out the temporary files in the appdata folder. There i can find some files (.ampd, .ampa, .ampo, .ampr, .amps) whose timestamps match the profiling period.
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I've spoken to one of the testers in the development team about this. I'm sorry to say that these temporary files can't be opened in the profiler, and so it won't be possible to use them to get your profiling data back.
The temporary files should be deleted automatically next time you start the profiler.
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