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  • Blog Post: Where Did That AppPool Go?

    I am a big fan of anything that gives me more insight as to what is happening on my system. One such IIS 6 tweak which I find is greatly overlooked is the additional AppPool logging you can get out of IIS 6. It blows me away that this was not "on" by default -- but that is another blog entry. The...
  • Blog Post: Download your Hotfixes!

    Up to this point Microsoft has always required customers to make a phone call into Microsoft Product Support to receive a hotfix. Today we have made available a web application that allows customers to fill out a simple web form and receive the hotfix by email. Here is how it works: T he form on the...
  • Blog Post: Hashtable insert failed. Load factor too high

    I just got involved in a case where a customer of mine was hitting the following exception on .Net Framework 2.0. Exception information: Exception type: InvalidOperationException Exception message: Hashtable insert failed. Load factor too high. The callstack for the faulting thread is...
  • Blog Post: Sharing ASP.NET Session State Across Applications

    Recently I was asked how one could share session state between two ASP.NET 2.0 applications. Well I had to be totally honest; I had never even looked into this and really did not know why one would want to do this. Well when I was queried about a solution for this problem a couple times by different...
  • Blog Post: Update::Deleting ASP.NET 2.0 Application Sub-Directories Shuts Down the AppDomain

    I have some additional information regarding my post the detailed the deleing of application sub-directories and the resulting AppDomain restart. If you delete a subdirectory (containing ASPX pages, etc) using the Windows Explorer, the only file change notification ASP.NET receives from the file system...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET 2.0 Fix That Everyone Needs

    This entry is much like the one from Aug 2003 where I mentioned important fixes that everyone should install for ASP.Net 1.1. This time however we are talking ASP.NET 2.0. In the last couple of months there has been a rash of problems with CodeDom, specifically one issue has been the Achilles heal for...
  • Blog Post: IIS 6 Crashing With Some Asynchronous Handlers

    When an ASP.NET application uses Asynchronous Handlers with IIS 6 the worker process (w3wp.exe) may crash or exit. This occurs if the Asynchronous Handler completes the request synchronously without setting IAsync.CompletedSynchronously accordingly. When an HttpApplication processes a client request...
  • Blog Post: Deleting ASP.NET 2.0 Application Sub-Directories Shuts Down the AppDomain

    This issue seems to be coming up recently since ASP.NET 2.0 shipped; probably because this behavior has changed from previous versions. In previous versions ASP.NET did not care if you deleted sub-directories of the web application and it appears some folks actually depended on this behavior and now...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET & .Net Framework Hotfixes That Everyone Needs

    My team works with customers that run into some of the same issues every day. The following fixes should be applied to almost every web server running ASP.NET 1.1. 1. 888419 FIX: You experience out of memory exception errors on a Web server that has ASP.NET 1.1 installed This fix addresses an issue...
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