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Here Joachim H. FrÃÂ¶hlich andÃÂ Reinhard Wolfinger show you how to get all the great functionality of the .NET Profiling API the easy way, with custom wrappers.
Joachim H. FrÃÂ¶hlich and Reinhard Wolfinger
MSDN Magazine April 2006
Usage analysis processing is enable for my farm in both Central Administration and in the SSP.
I've checked TImer Job Status and the three timer jobs responsible for doing the log analsis are all running.
I've also checked the log file locations and the log files are being generated.
Yet when I browse the "Site collection usage summary" report (SpUsageSite.aspx) I get the following:
No data is available for this report. Usage analysis might have been enabled only recently, or there might have been insufficient usage to result in any values for the report.
My farm is running 2007 Enterprise SP2 (184.108.40.20621).
Can someone confirm if this issue was fixed with one of the CU's that were issues post-SP2?
just wondering how do you handle similar situation, we had a call from angry client saying they are unable to do anything and things take too long to complete. when i logged in i noticed that sql server taking all memory (6GB) for some reason. interestingly
CPU usage is normal.
I know i can run profiler to see what queries are taking such huge memory before it happens but what if it already happened and you want to see whats currently eating all that memory ? thanks for the advise.
sql server is 2008 and our desktop app is C# 2008.
Can someone give me a breakdown of how SessionIDManager, SessionStateStoreProvider, and MembershipProvider all fit together??
Im trying to implement custom providers to work with a legacy session system that we have..
We are facing problem with the high memory usage with SQL Server 2008. 64 bit , standard edition sp2 . 8 GB RAM , 8 processors .
Memory usage keep on growing ..sometimes it will reach to 7.5 GB also .... and its not coming down ..untill we restart the service...
These are the details of DBCC MEMORYSTATUS :: Please suggest how to overcome this problem
Memory Manager KB
VM Reserved 8484792
VM Committed 4220368
Locked Pages Allocated 0
Reserved Memory 1024
Reserved Memory In Use &n
I want to improve the performance of my web application. Whenever the page loads, it is taking 70-80% of CPU usage.
I'm using ajax timer controls to update the user controls on my page. Also I placed user controls in the update panels of my page.
How to avoid high CPU usage ?
Hi Every one,
I have a following requirement:
I would need to generate a report/fetch the details of what the users are searching for ---->search query logging
I would need to fetch the details of the most used content from the site ---Site usage logging.
Could you please provide me the solutions how i can proceed in WSS 3.0
Hi i am editing a stored procedure using the SSMS (I have SQL Server 2008 SP1 - Windows 2003 Server Standard). At the begining everything is ok, but around of 3 or 4 minutes of work the ssms is becoming to slow, I open the Task Manager and I see
that the process SSMS.exe is using 1.2GB of RAM Memory. I have open just one script (The stored procedure that I'm editing) but the script isnt running only editing. I dont understand that high memory because i'm not retreiving data of any query and im
not running any thing on my ssms. Take a look of my task manager
Other thing: When I minimize the ssms window the smss.exe process come back to a normal RAM memory usage.
Please any help??
I've got a very quick poll question for any DBAs out there who utilize SharePoint Usage Reporting.
Would you rather view your SP Usage Reports inside SharePoint itself, or have them emailed to you once per day/week/month in a PDF or Office formats?
I am facing slow down problem in SQL Server 2000. SQL Server is very very slow during that time memory also very high usage but when I restart SQL Service it comes to normal. Please advice, if anyone who has experienced in this type of situation. Appreciate
if you help to resolve this problem. Thanks