... until the collector arrives ...

This "blog" is really just a scratchpad of mine. There is not much of general interest here. Most of the content is scribbled down "live" as I discover things I want to remember. I rarely go back to correct mistakes in older entries. You have been warned :)



There is a way to monitor the ADO.NET connection pool.  Open the administrator applet Performance and add counters from the .Net CLR Data performance object.  There are various SqlClient counters.

In a related note, you can enable ODBC connection pool counters on the ODBC Data Source Administrator applet.  Click on the Connection Pooling tab and use the Enable setting under PerfMon.  I had to exit PerfMon and re-enter it to see the change.

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