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How to log server behavior in detail?

Posted on 2007-03-29
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My server has issues and it keep crashing on me, I look at the Even Manager Logs and they seem to only log processes that are working, there's a big gap between when the server is working fine and when it freezes and I'm forced to restart. There are no logs that show what's really going wrong.

How can I log events so I know exactly what is causing the server problems?
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techman36,

you looking at it. thats your logfiles!

this may help you
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314980

Regards,

James
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Thanks!
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