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February, 2008

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    Walkthrough - Troubleshooting a native memory leak

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    Problem: A customer called in. They had a Web Service running on a single IIS6. Memory usage would slowly increase and not be released. As a workaround they'd currently set the application pool to recycle at 500 MB, causing a few failed requests upon...
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    Games on the Zune

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    I was really excited to hear that XNA 3.0 will support game development for the Zune. I've always been interested in XNA and have secretly dreamed of writing my own Xbox 360 game ever since the alpha. Sadly I just don't seem to find the spare time. ...
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    Monitoring Application Pool and Application Restarts

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    This morning I found the following in my inbox: I had set my web servers running on IIS 6 to recycle if they hit 700 MB (Maximum used Memory). Can I run a report to know how many times per day or week the W3WP got recycled. Any suggestions please....
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    Did you know? - Changing ASP.NET Version restarts IIS

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    Here's a little something I learned the other day. If you go to the ASP.NET tab and change the ASP.NET version for an application pool this will not only reset the application pool, but the entire IIS. I was a bit surprised at first, but investigating...
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    Tess' Debugging Lab

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    My colleague Tess Ferrandez just posted this excellent lab that provides you with a sample application hang. If you want to practice your skills in a controlled environment, then this is definitively a must. / Johan
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    Debugging School

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    As you may or may not have noticed I've started organizing all posts I've made regarding debugging training in a separate list on the left hand side of the page. If you're new to debugging and don't know where to begin, then at least you know where I...
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