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Performance Monitor for ASP.Net applications

I have an IIS hosted ASP.Net site which is experiencing timeouts. I would like to be able to monitor it from every angle but I'm not sure where to start with configuring PerfMon counters. Does anyone ...
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Strange ASP.NET Queue Performance Counters Behavior?

We have an ASP.NET 2.0 site running in classic mode. I am seeing very strange behavior in the performance counter values. Perhaps these are bugs (I've been all over Google trying to verify this, ...
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58 views

Traffic monitoring tools for IIS server?

We are planning to optimize IIS server.We are doing load testing of 20 concurrent user and want to see the bottleneck. How to monitor each request/response times? and check where is the bottleneck? ...
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1answer
297 views

ASP.net site on IIS7 - intermittently very slow on all remote connections, but always very fast locally

One of our asp.net sites is intermittently very slow when accessed from the Internet. But even when very slow remotely, it is still running very quickly when accessed on Remote Desktop from the server ...
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4answers
530 views

IIS7 ASP.NET application - 2 identical apps in 2 identical app pools, 1 is responsive and 1 is not

I have an ASP.NET (v4.0) web app that is installed in a virtual directory (as an application) and is hosted in it's own app pool. This is repeated for each instance of the app (i.e. per customer). ...
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Cache Total Entries increase and decrease as a delta shape. Why?

My performance counter "cache total entries" "cache total hits" "cache total misses" keeps increasing and decreasing as a delta shape around every 1 hour.The decreasing is much fast than increasing. ...
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1k views

Use perfmon to monitor a specific ASP.NET webapp across worker process restarts, IIS restarts, etc.?

I have a few perfmon performance counters that I'd like to track for a specific ASP.NET application over an extended period of time, say a week or a month. The trouble is that perfmon counters are ...
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1answer
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IIS 7.5 extremely slow, intermittently no response

I have a problem with our web server. It's running about 35 ASP.NET (mostly 4.0) sites using Windows Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5. It's patched as of mid-January this year. Symptoms: Intermittently ...
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2answers
374 views

Request Executing leak in IIS 6.0 till Server Busy

I've got an application running on IIS 6 that's being hit by hundreds of remote clients doing all kinds of requests, some that are long running and some that are not. On some deployments, one in ...
7
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5answers
463 views

ASP.NET High CPU Bringing Servers to their Knees

Ok, our new build is having 100% cpu spikes on each server at random intervals. For long durations it make the site totally unresponsive - this will be at peak times as people in different countries ...
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2answers
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IIS/ASP Request Wait Time Need Advice

We are running an ASP application using ASP 2.0.50727 running on IIS 6.0 and Windows 2003. We are having random high response times and I can see using PerfMon at times we have ASP\Request Wait Times ...
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1answer
326 views

Suggested or Best practices for network architecture for ASP.net web application

Currently I have one server that runs an ASP.net web application (on IIS) and this is also running a SQL Server database. I am getting more and more traffic and soon I will need to increase the ...
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2answers
1k views

Inexplicable performance degradation when moving from IIS6 to IIS7

We recently moved our ASP.NET 4.0 application from Windows2003 x64/IIS 6 VM to a new Windows 2008 x64 RC2/IIS 7(7.5) VM. The resources are identical 4GB Memory, 4 CPU, both live on the same ESX ...
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IIS - Maximum Requests / Second on 8 core, 8 GB machine

Currently, I am administering server with single ASPL.NET website. Website is very realtime, once user opens the page, it gets updated every second. Luckily site is coded by really good guy, and it ...
2
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2answers
297 views

Accelerate font transfer speed on web page loading

I got a web site (ASP.Net web form hosted on IIS7) that is getting slow to load. If I remove all image of the loading time, the things that got the bigger part of time is the loading of the font file ...
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2answers
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iis7 large worker process request queue creating process blocking aspnet.config & machine.config amended (bottleneck)

ASP.net 2.0 app .net 2.0 framework IIS7 I am seeing a large queue of "requests" appear under the "worker process" option. State recorded appear to be Authenticate Request and Execute Request ...
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0answers
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Application Migrated from Windows Server 2003 IIS 6 to Windows Server 2008 R2 IIS7 and lost visible performance

We recently shifted to 2008 R2 server from 2003 server but our performance of the site really took a hit. I thought it should help us are missing some config setting. Our app was developed on .net ...
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1answer
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Can I improve overall IIS performance by moving my heavily used pages to a separate app pool?

This is related to this question, but I believe my situation is more specific. I have a website on IIS 6.0, Windows Server 2003, that is running extremely slowly across the board. All the pages have ...
2
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1answer
121 views

Performance issue for webserver

We have asp.net sites based on dotnetnuke architecture and we are having two load balancing server with 2 gigs and with 24GB Ram. and SQL Server is with 48GB Ram. But still we are having some problem ...
0
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1answer
103 views

What is slowing my application?

I am generating a report as a web page 3MB, I am a newbie, I am not sure why it is slow: the size is big the upload internet is slow the server is slow the browser is taking long time to process ...
2
votes
2answers
151 views

Live site is down. Too much traffic. Where do I start. (Win 2003 + ASP.NET + Memcached + SQL Server 2005)

Our traffic has gone up significantly, but our site works fine for most of the day, but during our peak hours, our site has been crippled. Requests are being queued in the hundreds and then everything ...
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3answers
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Do you use performance counters on production IIS web sites?

Do you keep the counter ON during heavy production loads Which performance counters do you find useful for ASP.Net/IIS 6.0 websites?