Response Time Monitor In Application And Dynamic Performance Management?

Sep 6, 2010

I want to implement a response time monitor in a ASP.Net application. This monitor has to calculate the average response time during 2 secs. Whats the performance counter i can use. I tried ASP.NET ApplicationsRequests/Sec but did not work. Whats the best way to do this. I am using the default server formed by VS2005 for development, does this affect the performance counter programming?

Where should I implement the logic? Global.ASAX? in every 2 sec i want to check this value and make some decisions.

In addition, what are the parameters I can alter in a ASP.Net application at runtime to improve perfromance. How can I change them?

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