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iis 7 under W2008 investigation

Posted on 2014-01-27
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Hi;

I suspect that my machine reboots 2 days ago, thus my iis restarted again. My question is that can i see the boot/reboot timing both for W2008 and iis?

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by:Zephyr ICT
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You could check the Windows Event Logs, for example "Unexpected shut down" has event 1076 ... You can check for IIS events to (something like event ID 3206 I think)
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by:gurutc
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Also, if you have logging turned on in IIS you can look in the log files under C:\Windows\System32\Logfiles and check the logs in the subfolders.  They will show startup of the IIS sites you host.

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What kind of text should i search for in LogFiles?
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by:gurutc
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look for ones dated around the time of the suspected reboot, then look inside those for the approximate reboot time.

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by:jazzIIIlove
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The suspected time is not certain and the log is huge..
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by:jazzIIIlove
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It can also be suspected as W2008 updates itself, but where can i see all the reboots. What is the filter for this?
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Search the System Log for a user32 event.  That is a reboot.  

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