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    High CPU load IIS

    I saw some one post a nice little tool to see who or what IIS site is using up a CPU on a windows web server.. Does any one know what the link may be or were i might find some thing like this.. The dllhost.exe part of IIS keeps getting high on one web server but can't seem to find them with the tools in IIS

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    This forum officially ****ing sucks

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    Hi Vortec -

    You should be able to use the Performance program to see which site are getting the most hits/sec, most current user sessions, etc. Hopefully this puts you on the right path for the information you're seeking.
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    Did

    I tried all that not much luck there really.. I had seen a post and some posted a link to ti but can't seem to find it any where now..

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    Originally posted by roly
    http://httpd.apache.org will fix it
    Funny, but not very helpful to this persons problem.

    Vortech - Try www.iisfaq.com and see if there is a tool there that will help you with the problem.
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    Hi Vortech

    Give this a try http://iis-asp-script-real-time-moni...is-monitor.asp

    There is a demo that you can actually download. We've had some luck with this in finding rougue sites
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    http://httpd.apache.org will fix it
    yeah, that is the fix. [shaking head]

    IIS Tracer should help!
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