Hi, I’ve been using new relic with php and was very impressed with the amount of information an how easy you could pinpoint bottlenecks. With new relic I could see transaction, database selects, inserts, external calls etc.
I have now installed new relic in an alpine docker container (.net core 2.2) which is using entity framework. The only information I’m getting on a transaction is:
(percentages are the “% Time” column from the transaction)
WebTransaction: /myEndpoint/get 0%
DotNet: MyEndpointController.get(): 43%
Middleware pipeline: 57%
Is it possible to get more information? When using it with php I would get a lot of details in my Breakdown table or really deep diving with the transaction traces
Here I have only the 3 lines in the breakdown table and no transaction traces. Am I doing something wrong or is it like this for .net core?
I have found that I can manually put [Trace] on the methods that I want to measure, but what I really like about new relic is that you know where the problem is when something unexpected breaks without having to specify it manually.
How can I get much more information in my traces and can I make it work with Entity framework? Is manual [Trace] the only way?