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answered I want static content cached, but browsers keep requesting it
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comment I want static content cached, but browsers keep requesting it
OK, I got the answer -- it's a developer issue not an IIS issue so my whole question is a bit of a red herring. There are some javascript location.reload(true) in the code which are forcing re-requests of the data.
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comment I want static content cached, but browsers keep requesting it
I'm checking the caching just by browsing the site and watching in fiddler or Chrome's network tab. The server is not sending a Expires header, but it is sending an ETag header. I'll try removing that.
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comment Determine LSN of database in NORECOVERY mode
redo_start_lsn does look good! I have no idea how this would look if my database had more than one file, but all of my databases have a single file so I won't worry about it.
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accepted Determine LSN of database in NORECOVERY mode
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comment Determine LSN of database in NORECOVERY mode
I already know the first and last lsn of the backup file. It's the database itself I don't know the current state.
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comment Determine LSN of database in NORECOVERY mode
right, and for me it's not so much the wait as it is the inability to tell if there was a real error.
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asked Determine LSN of database in NORECOVERY mode
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comment Why is IIS6 using my web site anonymous user account for file access instead of the app pool account?
OK, this is going along the right path -- but my question is with your second paragraph -- why would I give BOTH network service AND IUSR access to my files? My understanding was that (assuming no impersonation) the app pool account was used as the user account for the thread, file access permissions, network access permissions, etc. I thought the IUSR account was basically only for within the ASP.NET software to identify the user. Where am I going wrong?