I am using IIS 7.0 + Windows Server 2008. Anyone has experience to configure the Timer_MinBytesPerSecond configuration items -- either programmatically or manually is fine? I also want to know how to check the current values for Timer_MinBytesPerSecond configuration items (either programmatically or manually is fine)?

All I find is how to configure this item in IIS 6.0, and I also cannot find this item in applicationHost.config, so I donot know how to fix it.

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See this link IIS 7.0 Massive Number of Timer_MinBytesPerSecond
You must understand the differences between IIS6 and IIS7. To find metabase go to Anatomy of an IIS7 configuration path

Try this command (find at Release Notes: Important Issues in This Beta Release of Windows Server 2008 R2:
appcmd set config -section:webLimits /minBytesPerSecond:0

For help about see APPCMD

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