I’ve been running load tests with two different ASP.NET web applications in IIS. The tests are run with 5,10,25, and 250 user agents. Tested on a box with 8 GB RAM, Windows 7 Ultimate x64. The same box running both IIS and the load test project. I did many runs, and the data is very consistent. For every load, I see a lower “Avg. Page Time (sec)” and a lower “Avg. Response Time (sec)” if [...]Continue Reading »
I am having some difficulty using the Windows 7 FTP server. I would like to be able to connect anonymously and upload files to the FTP root directory, but I get access denied error messages when I try. I have turned on the windows features InternetInformationServices->FTP Server->FTP Service and Internet Information Services->Web Management Tools->IIS Management Console In the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager under Default FTP Site I have Allow All Users Read,Write permissions. I [...]Continue Reading »
This error is logged once I create a website: The World Wide Web Publishing Service (WWW Service) did not register the URL prefix http://*:80/ for site 6. The necessary network binding may already be in use. The site has been disabled. The data field contains the error number. I followed this link but there is no ListenOnlyList, instead I saw UrlAclInfo which contains this: C:\Users\Administrator>netstat -ano | find “:80″ |find /i “listen” TCP 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:0 [...]Continue Reading »
IIS 7.5 FTP IIS Manager Users Login Fail (530) I’m trying to set up a FTP site on IIS 7.5 that allows IIS Manager Users to login. I’m following this guide: http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/321/configure-ftp-with-iis-7-manager-authentication/. After set up, I cannot login to the FTP using an IIS Manager User account. The client error I got was 530 User cannot log in. Win32 error: Unspecified error. Error details: An error occured during the authentication process. I tried both with [...]Continue Reading »
Our web site is working great for 99.99% of our users, but a few people (all of whom use Internet Explorer) are running into an error. Most pages on the site load fine, but for one specific page (the same page for all affected users), all they get is: Internet explorer cannot display the webpage It doesn’t matter whether the page is accessed over http or https – it fails to load either way. Every [...]Continue Reading »
Have an SBS2011 running Exchange, a database app and a few other things serving 5 users (3 low use, 1 high). The server was never specced for the database app so it isn’t as powerful as I’d like… Only 12GB RAM. We have increasingly found performance problems with this server, last week it was so bad I couldn’t even connect remotely. To free up some available RAM I have (over the past month or so): [...]Continue Reading »
Is it possible to run IIS7/7.5 on Windows Server 2003? Asked by David Merrilees No, since IIS4, the IIS version has been tied to the OS version. IIS7, specifically, has many hooks into Server 2008 features that don’t exist in Server 2003. So even if you were able to force the installer to complete on 2003, IIS would not work. Upgrade to a newer OS, or live with IIS 6. Answered by HopelessN00b Check more [...]Continue Reading »
I recently found that one of my IIS 7.5 sites (on Win 2008 R2) had been down and out (Stopped). While I’m now trying out a servers alive kind of service, I began wondering when and why was it down. It’s possible that during some routine maintenance I forgot it or accidentally stopped when trying to stop another site but I really would want to know when it was stopped and any other information that [...]Continue Reading »
I’ve created a script for most of the functions I need when creating a Site for my IIS, however, there is still one thing missing. Namely, I can’t seem to find the commands for setting script privileges on a Site. I want all script rights but no execution rights if I’ve understood it correctly. So, how do you set those privileges through powershell? Edit: The answer I was looking for was: set-webconfigurationproperty -filter /system.webserver/handlers -name [...]Continue Reading »
How to Deploy an ASP.NET Web API- and Browser-based Application to a Production Environment [closed]
Possible Duplicate: How to Deploy an ASP.NET Web API- and Browser-based Application to a Production Environment We have an ASP.NET Web API server that serves up a SQL Server data driven website. The API uses JSON to transfer data from SQL Server to the front end. We need to move it to an internal production environment (nothing will be exposed on the public Internet) and we’re having problems – or just not understanding what needs [...]Continue Reading »
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