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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-01-2006, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Best Practices for IIS 6 (performance tuning)

We recently deployed IIS6 on our Intranet webservers. I am a system admin, but by no means a web admin. My co-worker is more knowledgeable then I, but still not a web admin.

Does anyone have any best practice guides/white papers for performance tuning?

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Thanks, we have reviewed that one, but we are looking for something that deals more with recommended initial parameters or recommended users per worker process, etc.

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Thanks, we have reviewed that one, but we am looking for something that deals more with recommended initial parameters or recommended users per work process, etc.
Download the resource kit and the tools, then run simulated loads based on your anticipated user counts. They cant give you recommendations cause everypiece of hardware is different and it depends on what code is running in the pages your users are hitting as well as how many are hitting it concurrently. Its trial, change some settings, then try again until you get the desired results. You may never get desired performance if you hardware isnt robust enough.

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Download the resource kit and the tools, then run simulated loads based on your anticipated user counts. They cant give you recommendations cause everypiece of hardware is different and it depends on what code is running in the pages your users are hitting as well as how many are hitting it concurrently. Its trial, change some settings, then try again until you get the desired results. You may never get desired performance if you hardware isnt robust enough.

We did that and there are two types. Graphical (was) and command line (wcat). The command line needs you to tell it everything you need via a script. No way to match the two up. We did run some 5 users simulations. WAS won't talk to another client and we can't get wcat to come back with more then 5 or 6 users and won't return data from all clients.

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