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Chapter 1. Monitoring Server Performance > Monitoring Your ColdFusion Server

Monitoring Your ColdFusion Server

Identifying bottlenecks takes information. Before you can start looking for performance bottlenecks, you have to know which pages on your site are receiving the most requests. A log analysis program is absolutely essential to this process. Because Web server log analysis isn't specific to ColdFusion, I'm mentioning it only in passing. You should know that, without a good log analysis tool, you'll be severely handicapped in all your other performance-analyzing ventures. If you don't have a log analysis tool right now, I recommend Analog, a good freeware log analysis tool written in Perl, and Microsoft Site Server, which among many other things includes an excellent (if slow) log analysis tool that stores its data in MS SQL Server. You can use Site Server's built-in reports or write SQL queries to build your own.


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