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I like sour beer, politics, science, contemporary classical and electronic music.


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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Yearling
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Mar
19
answered Why is IIS7 not compressing my static files?
Mar
14
answered Security setting lost on Windows Server 2008
Mar
13
comment Multiple subdomains on IIS
It really depends on how much your application is doing. I don't know for sure, but I imagine just by having an application pool running you're going to be using a small amount of memory (in the megabytes) and you'll have a thread running. Another thing to consider is security with multiple application pools. As an example, if you're using one application pool the cached data is available to all other applications in the same pool.
Mar
13
answered Multiple subdomains on IIS
Mar
13
comment Multiple subdomains on IIS
When you say all pointing to the same app do you mean these sites are literally pointing to the exact same folder? Or are you creating a copy of some general application (e.g. Wordpress, Drupal, etc.) and then giving each user their own application folder?
Mar
12
comment IIS7 Anonymous Access
@Rome - What kind of application is it? ASP.NET 2.0, 4.0, other? You don't need to be concerned about not using the application pool identity unless you have configured something around that identity (e.g. database access or file system access).
Mar
12
answered IIS7 Anonymous Access
Mar
12
revised IIS7 Anonymous Access
Fixed spelling errors.
Mar
12
suggested suggested edit on IIS7 Anonymous Access
Mar
9
comment Should a “temporary” redirect page use a 301 redirect?
You can serve the response without a cache if you don't want the browser to cache the 301 redirect.
Mar
9
answered Should a “temporary” redirect page use a 301 redirect?
Mar
7
revised Add time to Windows script
Changed formatting and edited title to be more specific.
Mar
7
suggested suggested edit on Add time to Windows script
Mar
7
answered SQL Server 2008: Getting Login failed for user “Domain\User”. Failed to open the explicitly specified database [CLIENT: IP.ADD.RR.ESS]
Mar
7
awarded  Commentator
Mar
7
comment SSH timing out to a Gentoo AMI (Amazon EC2)
@hobbes3 - Like I said, I haven't used Amazon as a provider, so I'm not sure how that process works (did they e-mail you a password? did you set one during setup?). You could either check with Amazon or post another question any maybe someone with some EC2 experience can help you out.
Mar
6
comment SSH timing out to a Gentoo AMI (Amazon EC2)
@JeffFerland - Glad someone with some Amazon experience could back me up. :)