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How to minimise ASP Request Queue time ?

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Hi guys ,

I am running on a dual xeon 2.8 with 1 gig ram , on win2k , my CPU load on the average during peak is about 13% +/-

question is when my users access my ASP script when there is only about 60 people concurrently , out of about 2 mins , there are a few spikes that reach 4-5 sec for the ASP REQUEST QUEUE meter , i see this using the performance program in win2k

but then again my CPU load is still so much under utlize , how come there are this spikes ?

I already increase the ASPproccessormax from default 25 to 50 , but this problem still persists

how can i maximise my CPU capability and keep the ASP QUEUE to zero ?

ASP script and MS SQL is running on different server

thank you and regards
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What is disk utilization like on this system?
Some perfmon statistics that can help you would be
Object: PhysicalDisk Counter: Avg. Disk Que Length
Object: PhysicalDisk Counter: Disk Read Bytes/ Sec
Object: PhysicalDisk Counter: Disk Write Bytes/ Sec

In Task Manager, what is your commit charge displaying for Total, Limit and Peak?
To get here go to CTRL-ALT-DEL -> Task Manager -> Performance, inspect bottom left corner.
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hi there,

havent had the chance to get akk the values you mention because recent days no peak , i think the next peak would be on the coming weekend

but to give you more insights of the server setup

APP SERVER ( scripts )

dual xeon 2.8 1gig ram running win2k , 1 scsi HDD 73 gig

connected via 100mbps LAN to

DB SERVER ( MS SQL 2000 )
dual xeon 2.8 2gig ram running win2k
2 scsi HDD 73 gig each ...log file and IIS logs is config to run on 2nd HDD

script is running on ASP

COMMIT CHARGE(K) ON APP SERVER READINGS :
Total 154708
Limit 2522772
Peak 191988


COMMIT CHARGE(K) ON DB SERVER READINGS :
Total : 1832540
Limit : 4036280
Peak : 1866804


so tom , is my prelimanary figures healthy ?

will post more info when i have the other readings ...if you dont mind , can i send u a private email of the readings when i get them ?

my email is weeee@pacific.net.sg
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All of this looks good so far. I'm looking forward to your numbers from the next time you experience a peak.
Feel free to email me. I'll email you in a bit.
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