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I get this error when I do not supply the full correct path to the utility as described here. %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -I %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.21006\aspnet_regiis.exe -i
I believe this has been covered in several places, but the Balanced power plan can cause excessive transitions between performance states. This results in exceptionally poor performance, and affects both physicals and virtuals. Change the power plan to High Performance to use the hardware to its limits. Slow Performance on Windows Server 2008 R2 when ...
This is usually because you have a custom application on top of IIS. If it is an in house built application, speak with the Developers about it. If it is not developed in house, please have a look at .net CLR with counters https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/x2tyfybc(v=vs.110).aspx and more tips on CLR performance ...
Seems the best way to achieve taking a dump og the process as close to recycling as possible is using ProcDump Command procdump -m -ma -s 10 c:\temp\PrivateBytesLimitReached.dmp
To answer your specific question, yes, you can view application pool recycle events in the Windows System event log. Filter for event source 'WAS'. By default only the following recycle reasons are logged; Private Memory Limit Exceeded Regular Time Interval Virtual Memory Limit Exceeded You can change the defaults and enable logging for other recycle ...
To log custom headers you can use IIS Advanced Logging feature. A good article on it can be found at http://www.iis.net/learn/extensions/advanced-logging-module/advanced-logging-for-iis-custom-logging
You can do this by Microsoft NLB, or IIS shared configuration as Lior mentioned. You can also use the "Application Request Routing" or a hardware load balancer but all depends on the environment, resources and your requirements. Here are some resources: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj129384.aspx ...
Are you sure that's the required solution for you? You are basically asking for a clustered solution for web hosting. Generally IIS is best left out of clustering and should utilise Network Load Balancing (NLB) instead. With NLB you will have both servers up simultaneously and split the load between them. If one of them goes down the second will handle all ...
I think not in that case you think. You can't use a MySQL replication if you write on all nodes. Then you get inconsistent data. The only way is to write a script which sync all your data and look for new customers and add them to the main database with all relations.
I had the same problem. In my code I had the following line of vb.net code Dim mPath as string = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.Desktop) My whole ASP.NET crashed, because it can't access this folder at runtime. Errorhandling doesn't work. Clr simply crashes. Replacing this line by an existing directory solved my problem.
This is more a programming question than a ServerFault one. That being said, Microsoft's documentation on LdapAuthentcation should get you started. It's pretty simple.
Finally solved it! The issue was to do with Asp.Net not being set up correctly. I just did this and everything started working. Hopefully this'll help someone else out there...
The fact that your receiving a 5xx error indicates it's a server-side error, so I'd start by [temporarily] enabling errors to be viewable at the client, see iis.net This should point you in the right direction, or at least give you a better idea of what's failing.
I got this error, too. Before you do any above stuff, just try below Click on your computer icon in IIS. On right side, click ISAPI filters Pick up the Filter name ASP.Net_4.0_64bit. Check if filter path have an extra \ preventing to load this dll, e.g.: %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\\v4.0.30319\aspnet_filter.dll -> ...
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