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Make sure you have an Internet connection when using signed assemblies
A customer called in the other day and told me that his web application took a long time to start. My initial thought was (off course) that it was a matter of the classic slow-to start web services I’ve written about earlier. ( What to do about the slow startup of web services ) As I learned more about...
12 Nov 2009
Why doesn’t the GC kick in when the worker process is inactive?
I got the following question in my Getting started with windbg – post and I thought it might be worth posting the replies in a separate article: Hi Johan, about those threads with an ID of XXXX, should they go away after certain amount of idle time like 2 minutes? I am trouble shooting an application...
13 May 2008
Monitoring Application Pool and Application Restarts
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. Thanks in anticipation The quick answer to...
18 Feb 2008
Did you know? - Changing ASP.NET Version restarts IIS
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 the matter showed that there was a pretty solid architectural...
5 Feb 2008
My web application times out when debugging in IIS7
Problem: When using Visual Studio 2005 to debug a web application under IIS7 you will find that after 90-120 seconds the debugger will time out and you will get an appropriate error message in your browser. Visual Studio will return to it's "non debugging"-state and pretend like nothing happened....
12 Sep 2007
Common reasons why your application pool may unexpectedly recycle
If your application crashes, hangs and deadlocks it will cause/require the application pool to recycle in order to be resolved, but sometimes your application pool inexplicably recycles for no obvious reason. This is usually a configuration issue or due to the fact that you're performing file system...
16 May 2007
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