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I have a feeling we are being hit by very high traffic, how do I prove or disprove my theory?

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You can use performance counters (perfmon), specifically Web Service\Current Connections

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How do I add live sessions in Perfmon? – digiguru Aug 25 '09 at 15:17

Check your IIS log files, they log every single request that comes into the server. By default, they should be located in C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\, however, your server administrator may have changed that

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Can I analyzer them live without affecting them (as far as I can understand most text editors will have a fit as the file constantly changes) – digiguru Aug 25 '09 at 15:21

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