April, 2010

  • Masashi Narumoto's Blog

    Don’t rush! Worker roles will be there for you.

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    In dev fabric, hit F5, wait for a while then start debugging. No wonder if your worker roles don’t respond in the first place. Sometimes it takes over 30 seconds for them to start off. You should better check the dev fabric UI. When it looks like this...
  • Masashi Narumoto's Blog

    Trick in Windows Azure deployment

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    If you see web roles or worker roles are going back and forth between initializing-busy-stopping, the first thing you should check is the copy local attribute of the assemblies. All assemblies that aren’t part of .NET framework have to be set as Copy...
  • Masashi Narumoto's Blog

    Windows Azure Instance limits

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    The number of CPU core under your account is limited to 20 by default. If you see a red box like this, it could hit this limit. This limit is applied to # of CPU core, not # of instances. You can calculate the number by adding up CPU cores for each instance...
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