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Benchmark Bootdisk

We have a number of Windows PC's and servers lying around the office and I am looking for a simple A/B way to decide whether to keep or scrap them. I can see a number of benchmark tools around from ...
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What are some SMART Criteria I can use when comparing “green” datacenters? [closed]

I'm looking to reduce my carbon footprint and want to find a "green" datacenter. There are so many ways to define a "green datacenter' I'm looking for examples of SMART Criteria such as 20% of ...
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IIS 7.5, need help to understand how app pool recycling works

I am using windows server 2008 R2 to only host one application (asp.net mvc3). The first time the initial page load was really slow. In my app pool recycling setting, only "regular time ...
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Does IIS Sometimes Allocate More Worker Processes Than Configured?

We have an IIS 7.5 web service on Windows Server 2008 that handles WCF requests from C# clients. This service is configured to have Maximum Worker Processes = 1, so it is not a web garden. IIS is ...
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IIS7 APP pool recycling: what is the valid format for a schedule string?

I'm trying to specify an app pool recycling schedule to more than one specific time, but I'm receiving an error invalid schedule string. What is the valid time format for a schedule string for app ...
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IIS7/.NET Memory Leaking - Is Worker Process Recycling The Only Long Term Fix?

I have a problem with a .NET 4 application leaking memory. It's not a "forgot to clean it up" leak in the normal sense, they are doing compiles that create a bunch of .NET assemblies in memory and ...
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automatic IIS worker process recycle fails

The server is set to its default configuration to recycle the app pool every 1740 minutes. When this happens the following message is logged: A worker process with process id of '1234' serving ...
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What to do with old (broken) laptops?

I work in the IT dept of a small company that has lots of remote users. Over time, the various dell laptops will have a keyboard break, monitor go out, or motherboard fry. It's really not worth ...
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What do you do with hardware when you just can't get rid of it?

So you've gone through the motions of trying to properly dispose of your old [ancient] hardware but nobody will take it. You don't want to let it sit and not rot in a landfill somewhere. There isn't ...