Using vb.net/asp.net 2005 and sql server 2005.
Server: "Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition, Service Pack 2
[Moderators please help me out if this is in the wrong section]
I have an admin system where you can enter a CustomerID and then switch to that customer (so that you can edit details as if you are that customer). However there are certain times when the system is busy that there are "timeout expired" exceptions.
Both the website and the database are on the same server. When I log onto the server I looked at the Control Panel and "event viewer (application)" to see if there were any issues listed there and found the following that happened at the same time. Anyways I am trying to find out more information so I can prevent this issue from happening in the future.
I'm wondering how I can look at server performance when timeout issues were reported so that I can pinpoint what the exact cause of the timeouts were. I see under Control Panel that there is a "performance" tool, but can that only be used for what is happening once you start that tool?
The event detail that I found of timeout is below (function/server and IP names changed because no need for anyone to see those):
Event code: 3005
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