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OHM
I was wondering about this topic and although I accept that different
situations call for different solutions, but wondered are there any other
solutions and whether has anyone carried out a comparison of the different
methods for avoiding JIT. Further more, is there anything I should be
considering before using NGEN? Better methods etc >

TIA
Nov 18 '05 #1
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There is an excellent book that covers all aspects of speeding up .NET
applications include ASP.NET ones up at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...l/ScaleNet.asp.
That might have some great ideas in it that you haven't already thought of
yourself.

Hope that helps,
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Peter Wright (www.petewright.org)
Author of ADO.NET Novice To Pro
From Apress. www.apress.com (and 10
other doorstops from Wrox)
"OHM" <Me@NoWhere.Com> wrote in message
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I was wondering about this topic and although I accept that different
situations call for different solutions, but wondered are there any other
solutions and whether has anyone carried out a comparison of the different
methods for avoiding JIT. Further more, is there anything I should be
considering before using NGEN? Better methods etc >

TIA

Nov 18 '05 #2
OHM
Thanks

"Pete Wright" <pe**@pheather.plus.com> wrote in message
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There is an excellent book that covers all aspects of speeding up .NET
applications include ASP.NET ones up at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...l/ScaleNet.asp. That might have some great ideas in it that you haven't already thought of
yourself.

Hope that helps,
--
--------------------------------------------------------
Peter Wright (www.petewright.org)
Author of ADO.NET Novice To Pro
From Apress. www.apress.com (and 10
other doorstops from Wrox)
"OHM" <Me@NoWhere.Com> wrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
I was wondering about this topic and although I accept that different
situations call for different solutions, but wondered are there any other solutions and whether has anyone carried out a comparison of the different methods for avoiding JIT. Further more, is there anything I should be
considering before using NGEN? Better methods etc >

TIA


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