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Having to restart Reporting Services daily by running IISReset

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

We have Windows 2008 64bit cluster, running SQL 2005 Reporting Services.  Almost everyday we have to run IISReset to have reporting services come up again in the morning and sometimes during the day an IISReset will have to be run. .  Otherwise you will receive "Service Unavailable.  HTTP error 503.  The service is unavailable". 

All the services are running.  Looking thru the reporting services logs and Event Viewer nothing indicates as of yet, what the issue may be.  

 

I know this is somewhat generic the description but again I can't find anything specific of what may be causing this.    Any ideas of how better to troubleshoot this issue would be appreciated, or ideas of what settings to alter.  Could it just be load on the server?   Othe


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