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Feb
19
comment IIS WebLimits not being respected
But we're probably putting haproxy in front of the web servers anyway, and it has fine grained control over these kind of things (see timeout http-request config option) - perhaps that's an option for you too.
Feb
13
comment IIS WebLimits not being respected
Nope, sorry, never found it.
Jun
19
comment App Pool doesn't respect memory limits
If I were you I'd then have two thresholds, one for recycling (lower), and one for killing. You could lose data in flight if you just kill, depending on your app. Glad it worked out.
Jun
19
comment App Pool doesn't respect memory limits
And you're running it with full admin rights? Can you see w3wp in task manager for your app pool?
Jun
12
comment POSTing files >~6MB to IIS7 site results in aborted I/O operation and dropped network connection
What kind of network bits are between your server and the client where it fails? I find your comment about the ELB very weird indeed. Do you mean Amazon's ELB? Are your other tests 100% without the ELB being involved? If not, remove it from the equation and see. Or set up apache and see if you can see the same behaviour. If so, you can perhaps stop looking at IIS...
Jun
12
comment IIS WebLimits not being respected
Set headerTimeoutOut to 1:10 and applied. No difference - still not getting disconnected.
Jun
12
comment IIS WebLimits not being respected
I think you're referring to something else on that page, not the parameters I'm looking at. They even give an example of headerWaitTimeout="00:00:30"
Jun
12
comment IIS WebLimits not being respected
Thanks, corrected.
Jun
12
revised IIS WebLimits not being respected
edited body; edited tags
Jun
11
answered App Pool doesn't respect memory limits
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accepted Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue
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answered Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue
Aug
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comment Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue
After the net use * /del : "There are no entries in the list." I then did the command you said, and got "System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied."
Aug
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comment Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue
No - not blank password. Deny access to this computer from the network" is blank.
Aug
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Aug
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comment Cannot administer services on remote Windows machine due to security issue
@tonyroth Not sure what you mean by "does not really show"? It shows an audit failure trying to do the dir... no? Thanks