Monitor If Production Application Is Resetting On Its Own?

Dec 21, 2010

Can I objectively determine if my production ASP.NET web application is resetting its application pool? It could be for whatever reason (for example, an error occurred or memory topped off). I don't have direct access to my production servers, so when I want something on the server, I have ask specifically for it like PerfMon counters to run. It is a running IIS 6.0. I understand that I could use PerfMon to catch ASP.NET Application Restarts. If I was not monitoring that PerfMon, is there anything that can tell me the application restarted sometime in the past?

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