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asked RESTORE detected an error on page (0:0) in database <database> as read from the backup set
Jan
17
comment Load balancer vs increased RAM/storage
As an aside, I only make use of session state for a couple of non-critical functions that could easily be changed to support a load balanced scenario.
Jan
17
comment Load balancer vs increased RAM/storage
It's starting to get close to low hard drive space (users can upload images and there are quite a few) and the memory used is consistently hovering around 85%, a lot of it being consumed by various w3wp.exe processes.
Jan
17
comment Load balancer vs increased RAM/storage
Thanks for your opinions, however as Greg mentioned, high availability is a key factor in whether to load balance or not. I appreciate that this server may be less than what YOU are used to dealing with but it's worked well so far and I don't have any need to throw 16-32GB of memory, nor the resources to pay for that level of server from my provider, so it makes more sense to keep lower memory/hard drive space with a load balancer if HA is a concern. I see no reason why a web server would even NEED 32gb of memory.
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