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  • DavidHardin

    Azure Diagnostics and ASP.NET Health Monitoring

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    By default Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) does not receive ASP.NET Health Monitoring events.  The machine web.config file at %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\Config\web.config shows the default behavior of ASP.NET Health Monitoring...
  • DavidHardin

    WAD is Built on ETW

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    Windows Azure Diagnostics (WAD) is built upon Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) . To get the most out of WAD and future Azure product offerings you need to understand and use ETW. Here is a little ETW primer and how it relates to WAD: 1. ETW is the efficient...
  • DavidHardin

    Windows Azure Diagnostics Series

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    I’ve decided to write a series of blog posts on Windows Azure Diagnostics best practices to share what I’ve learned. MSIT is in the process of reviewing our current Azure monitoring, combining it with some product team insight, to define MSIT’s...
  • DavidHardin

    SQL Server 2008 Column Change Tracking

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    I could not find a good description of how SQL Server Change Tracking determines if a column changed so I decided to give it a try in 2008 R2 using the script below.  Basically in the last update statement I update a column to the same value which...
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