SiteServerDetails–Obtaining information about a server node in a web farm—Part 13 of 52
This week I cover a couple ways to obtain information about a specific server in a web farm. How can you tell which node handled your page request? Often it’s valuable to know which node is currently being served for troubleshooting the load balancer or individual pages.
SiteServerDetails–Details for Web Farm Nodes
Often times if you administer a web farm, or develop for a web farm, you want to know which node you’re currently on. This is useful is you want to know if your load balancers are balancing with the algorithm that you expect, or if you want to troubleshoot why a website fails just some of the time.
ASP.NET AppDomain–What it is and why it’s important–Part 12 of 52 part series
AppDomains are a silent mysterious part of ASP.NET and IIS. It’s important for the web administrator to be aware of this building block of ASP.NET so that we can be aware of how changes to the system can affect production sites.
Understanding Regular Expressions (focus on URL Rewrite)–Part 11 (Sub-Part 2 of 2)
This 2nd part (out of 2) on Regular Expressions covers the remaining tips necessary to get up to speed on a topic that at first seems daunting, but really isn’t that bad.
Understanding Regular Expressions (focus on URL Rewrite)–Part 10 (Sub-Part 1 of 2)
Regular Expressions can seem difficult to understand. In today’s lesson I attempt to bring this down to earth and make it understandable and useful for the web administrator.