Microsoft .NET Framework
Microsoft .NET Framework metrics come packaged with the Metricly Windows agent. Our Windows agent is a Microsoft Windows service that collects, aggregates, and publishes windows performance counters and attributes. For more information on the Agent itself as well as any plugins available, see the Windows Agent page.
There’s no additional configuration necessary for the Microsoft .NET Framework if you’ve already installed the Windows agent unless you want to add additional custom metrics to supplement the default collected metrics.
Additional Configuration Options
For information on all the additional configuration options available, see the Windows Agent page.
The .NET Framework metrics are a small subset of the available Windows metrics.
|Exceptions Thrown/sec||CLR_count_exceptions_thrown||The number of exceptions thrown per second. This includes both .NET exceptions and unmanaged exceptions that are converted into .NET exceptions.|
|% Time in Garbage Collection||CLR_percent_time_in_GC||The percentage of elapsed time spent performing garbage collection since the last garbage collection cycle.|
|Application Restarts||ASP_application_restarts||The number of times an application has been restarted during the server’s lifetime.|
|Requests Current||ASP_requests_current||The current number of requests, including those that are queued, currently executing, or waiting to be written to the client. Under the ASP.NET process model, when this counter exceeds requestQueueLimit defined in the processModel configuration section, ASP.NET will begin rejecting requests.|
|Request Wait Time||ASP_request_wait_time||The time (in ms) that the most recent request waited in the processing queue.|
|Requests Queued||ASP_requests_queued||The number of requests waiting for service from the queue.|
|Request Execution Time||ASP_request_execution_time||The time it took (in ms) to execute the most recent request.|
For information on manually installing the Windows Agent, checking the version of your agent, adding custom metrics, and more, see the Windows Additional Information page.