We run two separate Webview reporting servers and on one of the servers Jaquar constantly needs resetting and sometimes causes the necessity of a reboot of the server. We have been told that too many users are accessing the server at one time. My question is: Where can I run a historical or realtime snapshot of how many or what users are currently logged into each Webview server?
That's an interesting question. The only thing I can think of is to use a performance counter on IIS. You might want to runs some counters for CPU and memory utilization too. Who told you too many users are hitting the WebView server? Have you considered using a CSS to load balance?
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