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    Monitoring Web Site Load

    Hi All,

    I'm looking for a way of monitoring cpu and memory load for each web site on a web server. We have mainly ASP and PHP sites on our websites.

    I've thought about it and can only find one way of doing so which is assigning each website in its own application pool. Now having 600+ domains on each server and having them all in their own application pool will cause a huge issue.

    Is there any other way of accomplishing this on a Windows Server 2003 Server?

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    Use MRTG to graph SNMP data. Install SNMP Informant on your Windows servers to expose more performance metrics to SNMP.
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    MRTG is good. I have also heard about SCOM but not used it personally. If you wana test the load time of all elements on a webpage page, pingdom is good for this.

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    Hi,

    Agree NoSupportLinuxHostin points.

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    I'm looking for something similar but for Linux... do you know what would be the equivalent to MRTG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lalog00 View Post
    I'm looking for something similar but for Linux... do you know what would be the equivalent to MRTG?
    For Linux, I would also recommend MRTG:
    http://oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/doc/mrtg-unix-guide.en.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSupportLinuxHostin View Post
    Use MRTG to graph SNMP data. Install SNMP Informant on your Windows servers to expose more performance metrics to SNMP.
    Thanks. Will this allow me to view information for each site in IIS? Remember there are over 600+ domains. This looks more like a performance graph of the server itself and not each individual site.

    I do thank you on your points and I am currently reading more up on MRTG.

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    Id suggest using cacti then adding modules to have it graph individual virtual hosts.

    Have a browse about these links:
    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_logio.html ( Ignore this, Sorry, forgot you use IIS.. )
    http://serverfault.com/questions/119...ache-on-ubuntu
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cac...ient=firefox-a
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