Trying to keep this one short... does anybody know if there's a way to get the iwserver.exe process running in some kind of "debug" or "verbose" mode? (throughput monitoring is not good enough)
Win2k8 R2 x64, TS 7.3.2. TeamSite Search is turned off, so we can exclude that as a factor.
Using iwstat, we can see "normal" operations start to queue up until the iwserver.exe process eventually becomes overwhelmed and unresponsive, at which point the process has to be killed and restarted. By "normal ops" I mean not batch jobs like deleted branch cleanups -- more like user ops like "GetBranchById" and "ListFSEsInDir", things that should complete almost instantly. This happens multiple times a day. It started about a month ago and our infrastructure folks claim that nothing relevant has changed. I'm trying to get the iwserver to spit out some kind of error message that would prove to them that there's a problem with the underlying infrastructure.
Ran iwfsck two weeks ago and found nothing. Running it again, but I'm not expecting much.