IDEVDataCollector adds IIS6 support

It took me some time (mostly because of other demanding tasks and commitments I have for my daily job) but finally I have just updated IDEVDataCollector to support IIS 6, it’s available at the tool main page: http://blogs.msdn.com/carloc/pages/idevdatacollector.aspx. Give it a try and let me know what you think P.s. Yes, I’m planning to release…

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Which files to collect? Here’s a tool for you

Over the last couple of months among other things I’ve been working on a tool to automatically the logs and information in my team we usually ask at the beginning of a new Support Call: all standard things such as IIS logs, event logs, .config files etc… Not all of those files are necessary for…

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IDEVDataCollector

Over the last couple of months among other things I’ve been working on a tool to automatically the logs and information in my team we usually ask at the beginning of a new Support Call: all standard things such as IIS logs, event logs, .config files etc… Not all of those files are necessary for…

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Missing ASP.NET Tab (this time on Windows 2000)

I already wrote a post on this matter some time ago, but this week worked on the same problem on a Windows 2000 Server, of course 32 bit. Running aspnet_regiis -i did not help so we tried to run the script Tom provides in his post, but we got the error here below:   Line…

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ASP.NET 1.1 not configurable in IIS Manager?

If you search the Internet you’ll likely find a good number of articles and blog posts about how to configure ASP.NET 1.1 on IIS 7, here are a couple of good examples: How to install ASP.NET 1.1 with IIS7 on Vista and Windows 2008 Workaround: Running ASP.NET 1.1 on Vista SP2/WS08 SP2 Thread: Running ASP.NET…

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Thread exit may kill your Session

Every now and then we got a call for an application which, randomly and without a specific pattern or apparent reason, shuts down all user’s sessions. Since ASP.NET 2.0 we can use Web Events to have more information on what is happening at the runtime level and this time the message we had in the…

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StackOverflow continued: DataSource or DataSourceID?

I have already wrote here about a StackOverflowException I recently came across; after a while I got another quite similar problem, still a StackOverflowException with a very long recursion. Thread 36 is the one where the exception was thrown: 0:000> !threadsThreadCount: 21UnstartedThread: 0BackgroundThread: 21PendingThread: 0DeadThread: 0Hosted Runtime: no PreEmptive GC Alloc Lock ID OSID ThreadOBJ…

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StackOverflowException and DataBind()

The application pool for this site was getting disabled quite frequently and we found quite a few entries like the following in the event log: Event Type: Error Event Source: W3SVC Event Category: None Event ID: 1002 Date: 19/11/2008 Time: 15:20:23 User: N/A Computer: <computername> Description: Application pool ‘DefaultAppPool’ is being automatically disabled due to…

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WPF, 3D and services: supported (again)?

I wrote about why GDI+ is not supported in a service a couple of years ago but this is still a debated topic (or I should better say a misunderstood topic), then WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) came into the game and it brought some more uncertainties with it. Recently I worked on a custom application…

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Fatal Execution Engine Error on x64 Framework

I got two FEEE cases in a row last week, both of them for the same cause so I thought to blog about it hoping to save some stress and headshakes to someone else. The affected platform is 64 bit Framework (32 bit works fine), either Web or Windows application: randomly the application crashes and…

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