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Administering ArcGIS for Server by Hussein Nasser

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Exercise – finding the bottleneck

A client is suffering from severe performance with their new GIS web application. The client has provided you with a detailed verbose log of the default extent, hoping you will find what is wrong with the application. There are three services: Pole, Powercable, and ServicePoint. The application points to the three services and displays them using JavaScript API. You can find the logfile in the support files under 7364EN_08_Files\AGSA\Log.

The logfile

The following logs were generated on Nov 17, 2013 between 11:31:00 and 11:31:59. They were generated during the last minute of the request duration.

FINE Nov 17, 2013, 11:31:29 AM REST request successfullyprocessed. Response size is 10976 characters. PowerCable.MapServer ...

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