My posts tagged with "Hosting"

Dec 12, 2014

So I recently had to do some work on a server that required stopping all sites in IIS but without stopping IIS itself. Here’s the short post on how I did that. Now of course I needed to have all … Read more »

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Dec 12, 2014

I had a need recently to stop all the sites running on a Windows server, but I didn’t want to stop IIS. This specific server has hundreds of sites running on it, so stopping each one at a time would … Read more »

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Sep 03, 2014

Okay, this bit me again today, and I didn’t remember the solution from previous research so I had to research it again. That to me means I need to write it up in a blog post. :) I’m running WordPress … Read more...

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Mar 25, 2014

The topic recently came up of the best way to convert a folder to an application on remote shared hosting server. Some hosts may have this built-in to their control panel. I know many (like Cytanium) have options in the …...

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Dec 06, 2013

I fought with IIS8 and ASP.NET 4.5 way longer than I should have had to this morning. Per previous lessons learned, I used WebPI to install IIS and the recommended configuration. I also selected .NET 4.5 and Web Deploy. Afterward...

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Sep 27, 2013

What does DevOps mean? Like many terms, there are a variety of slightly different (in some cases vastly different) definitions. The current definition per Wikipedia seems pretty good: “DevOps is a software development method that...

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Sep 10, 2013

There are some neat counters available in Windows Performance Monitor for showing some IIS (Internet Information Server) statistics. My three favorites are: Current Anonymous Users: This counter shows the number of current anonymous...

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Aug 26, 2013

So… I’ve been reading a lot about nginx and how awesome it performs. It sounds magical! The Issue My blog (running WordPress) hasn’t been running as fast as I (or Google) would like. The TTFB (time to first bite...

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Jul 26, 2013

Microsoft has made installing – and doing the initial base configuration of – Internet Information Services (IIS) ridiculously easy by using the Web Platform Installer (WebPI). Open WebPI, select Products in the top...

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Jul 03, 2013

Below is a guest post by Desiree at OrcsWeb with an IIS/PHP/CGI troubleshooting tip: I installed WordPress for one of our managed clients recently, and what should have been a simple install, turned into quite a bit of troubleshooting...

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Jun 05, 2013

Did you know that WordPress works – and works great – on Microsoft Windows? Sure, WordPress runs on top of PHP and MySQL, which are commonly thought to be related to Linux, but they work perfectly on Windows Server...

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Apr 22, 2013

http://blog.newrelic.com/2013/02/07/web-performance-optimization-automation/

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