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    How can I see Peak Handles in Sysinternals Process Explorer?

    Hi,
    I am the system administrator for a Windows 2003 server, and I am trying to troubleshoot a problem with a third party application by a major software vendor which has been giving me a "Servlet error java.io.IOException: Too many open files" approximately every 4 days, at which time I reset the application and get another 4 days out of it. The vendor has not been very helpful in tracking down the problem, so I'm trying to do my own research. I downloaded sysinternals Process Explorer tool, and when I view the Java process, I see a field "Handles" and "Peak Handles", but "Peak Handles" shows n/a. Is there a way I can enable tracking that value to show its peak?
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    BWS
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    Have you tried using the Sysinternals Handle utility?

    Joe

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