Triaged Tester

March 10, 2009

Performance counter – 4

Filed under: Performance,Tips — Triaged Tester @ 1:24 pm
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Additional web counters  to monitor performance

ASP.NET -> Request Execution Time    Bear in mind that this is only the time it took to execute the mos recent request.
ASP.NET -> Requests Current    Total of waiting and executing requests.
ASP.NET -> Request Wait Time    If wait time is going up and CPU is low then opening up the threading options will probably help.  This could also indicate the need to additional hardware to hand the load.
ASP.NET -> Requests Queued     
ASP.NET Apps -> Pipeline Instance Count  Make sure this is for the Web Service App Only on thread at time can use a Pipelin instance.  So a sudden increase can indicate backend latency.
ASP.NET Apps -> Requests Executing  Make sure this is for the Web Service App  
ASP.NET Apps -> Requests Total  Make sure this is for the Web Service App  
ASP.NET Apps -> Requests/sec Make sure this is for the Web Service App How quickly are we handling requests?
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