Richard Marr's Blog Posts

Jan 07, 2014

Have you ever noticed that some existing content is not serving from your Azure Web Site and returns the following message “The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable...

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Aug 24, 2012

In my earlier blog “ 502.3 Bad Gateway “The operation timed out” with IIS Application Request Routing(ARR) “ I referenced links for gathering Winhttp tracing for troubleshooting 502.3 issues. Since there are multiple ways to gather...

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Dec 14, 2010

I had a recent question about the ARR health check features which resulted in this overview. Hopefully this is helpful to those of you setting up new ARR deployments. URL TEST Feature The URL Test feature tests against a specified...

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Jul 03, 2010

When working with ARR deployments one of the errors you might see is 502.3 Bad Gateway. The 502.3 means while acting as a proxy ARR was unable to complete the request to the upstream server and subsequently send a response back...

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Jul 03, 2010

  While supporting customers on the Web Platform Installer forums , a frequent question is “How do  I uninstall or remove Web App Gallery applications?”. Since there is no MSI or installer package these are not added...

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May 26, 2010

I was recently working with a colleague to troubleshoot an issue using Application Request Routing (ARR) and wanted to use the trace areas provided by ARR to see the events this logged. However,  when we checked the FREB...

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Apr 30, 2010

One of the challenges of troubleshooting SQL installations with WebPI is that sometimes the details passed back to Webpi do not provide enough information to tell you how to resolve the issue. This is not the fault of WebPi or...

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Mar 03, 2010

Introduction In the following walkthrough we will step through the installation of Acquia Drupal using the Web Platform Installer.   Installation 1. Launch the Web Platform Installer either from IIS Manager or Start >...

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Dec 30, 2009

Introduction In the following walkthrough we will step through the installation of WordPress using the Web Platform Installer (WebPi).   Installation 1. Launch the Web Platform Installer either from IIS Manager or Start >...

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