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How to store and access your IIS Logs on Windows Azure Web Site
Being part of the IIS support team I have memorized the structure of an IIS log file and can see oddities almost instantly. Therefore, one of the things I want to look at when troubleshooting any Windows Azure Web Site (WAWS) issue are the logs. As Windows Azure Web Sites is relatively new when I work...
3 Feb 2014
HTTPS only on Windows Azure Web Sites
If you are looking for a resource that describes installing an SSL certificate on a Windows Azure Web Site, check here . There are multiple modes currently supported on the Windows Azure Web Site platform: SNI base SSL – This is a new feature in IIS 8+ (SNI) that extends the ability for...
7 Jan 2014
Scaling your Windows Azure Web Site
Having spent many years supporting web sites running on IIS one of the most challenging aspects was managing load. I was able to plan for near-term growth by tracking the CPU, Memory, total number of requests, etc… over time and once the utilization of these elements exceeded my threshold for...
2 Dec 2013
Download Windows Azure Web Site log files from Visual Studio
I wrote an article about the ability to enable Web Server Logging, Detailed Error Message, Failed Request Tracing and Application Logging here . In that article I discussed that you can download the logs using an FTP tool like FIlezilla. You can also download the log files from within Visual Studio by...
2 Nov 2013
404 File or directory not found when mapping custom domain to a Windows Azure Web Site, Server Error
If you are receiving a 404 error while accessing your custom domain, as shown in Figure 1, then you are most likely missing the link between your Windows Azure Web Site configuration and your custom domain. Before we move to the solution, you might want to also check these descriptions of how to...
1 Oct 2013
Enable logging on your Windows Azure Web Site from Visual Studio
With the release of Windows Azure SDK 2.0, you can enable the logging from within Visual Studio. I wrote another article which discussed how to enable Failed Request Tracing while logged into the Windows Azure Management console. You can review that article here . After installing the SDK, open Visual...
11 Sep 2013
Enabling Failed Request Logging on a Windows Azure Web Site
Using Failed Request Tracing is a very useful tool for troubleshooting performance issue on your Windows Azure Web Site and for any website running on IIS. Windows Azure Web Sites does not currently support a remote desktop connection and therefore the configuration of the Failed Request Tracing feature...
31 Jul 2013
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