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Apr
2
comment Remote SQL Server Connection works from SSMS but not from Application
Sure, where exactly do I find the SSMS connection settings to copy/paste?
Apr
2
comment Remote SQL Server Connection works from SSMS but not from Application
Updated with connection string.
Mar
10
comment How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
Negative. To them, we are just another site (like Google, Bing) so they typically see an issue with our site, then test those sites to 'make sure' its not their internet connection that is down, then they pull the fire alarm.
Mar
5
comment WHEN does IIS 6.0 Application Pool CRASH with memory issues?
Awesome answer. Your first few sentences helped wrap my mind around what was happening. I think our DebugDiag memory dump confirmed fragmentation, so we're investigating if we can slow that down on those heaps!
Jan
5
comment Best way to determine overhead of running DebugDiag in Production for Memory Leaks?
Probably, but we can't reliably reproduce the LIVE traffic variations -- and don't really have the expertise to write a script to replicate it.
Apr
28
comment Maximum amount of memory per session with IIS/.NET
Thanks for the reply. Sessions are InProc and server is Win2k3/32 Bit. Basically, the application performance suffers and users start seeing timeouts and various other memory related issues.
Apr
25
comment Maximum amount of memory per session with IIS/.NET
?? I clearly say 'IIS6' - please read the post. OS is W2k3. What other info should I provide that would assist?
Mar
29
comment DHeapmon not reporting expected number of total desktops in IIS6
"To get additional desktop heap(s) you need to run seperate pools with separate credentials." Thats what I needed :) Okay, so with that said, even if the issue is ultimately with the application code -- could I tune things from the server end by running multiple pools with separate credentials? That way, instead of sharing ONE desktop heap with ALL sites -- each site/app pool will have its own heap to use up. Make sense?
Mar
17
comment COM+/Desktop Heap errors in IIS affecting sites at random?
That was my initial consideration :) My question is, how does this limit get reached for a specific app pool? All the app pools on my box are non-interactive....
Mar
17
comment COM+/Desktop Heap errors in IIS affecting sites at random?
Sorry about that! More specifically I'm getting Event ID: 4689.