I have a dedicated server setup that has just started causing us issues. Our immediate problem, is that last week, could log into an admin page of one of our websites just fine, now we can't.
It does do a heavy SQL procedure on the SQL database, but as its only a small usage site, im ok with that.
The problem the website is timing out, and the admin's can not log in.
It seems that when the log-in is taking place, the SQL machine and Local server are communicating ok, but the network is being severely restricted. It appears to be being capped at 1.2Mbps.
Its not the SQL query, this runs and completes in 5 seconds. The script timeout on IIS is set to 120 seconds (i dont really want to extend this) SQL machine is a physical box, the webserver is a Virtual machine It looks like we SHOULD be getting 100 Mbps over the local network
Any ideas ?
Edit 1 : Here is a pic showing the local network between the two local machines capped at 200 bytes per second (1 meg) If I can transfer a file at 10 Meg a second, why is SQL server only transmitting its data out at 1 Meg ? http://www.driveiq.com/temp/1meg.png
Edit 2, the INTERNET network connection is 1 MEG, is that just a coincidence that it looks like the SQL server is transmitting over the internet connection as the speed are the same?