We are hosting more than 100 domains on a Windows 2000 server with low IIS 5 process setting and are unable to...
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find out which site is taking load on the server. Please, can you suggest how to find this out? There's no great way to do it, but you can use process throttling to write an event to the event log whenever a site exceeds the specified threshold. The problematic site will be the one that generates the most events. You can then either enforce process throttling for this site to slow it down some, or take some other action. Be sure to disable process throttling when you're done, because it does impact system performance.
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