Configuration :: Why Application Trying To Save Files To Disk Using Explorer.exe Not W3wp.exe
Oct 14, 2010
I have an app configured to use anonymous authentication, the application pool is set to network service. When I run filemonitor I can see that thw w3wp.exe is picking out the webpages and stuff from my hard drive and returning images etc. However one of the pages saves a file to a folder using c# save() method. Instead of the w3wp.exe actually writing the file to disk explorer.exe seems to be accessing the folder. What the hell is going on? I though the w3wp.exe did everything asp.net related why on earth is explorer.exe being introduced into the fold here?
I want to upload .pdf or .doc files on server not in the Database, after then i have to show list of all the uploaded Files on another form and when user clicks on one of the Files, the file should be opened in new Tab...
Weird Sunday morning question: I routinely drag files into my projects from Windows Explorer. But I just created a new project and I get the slashed circle every time I try to drag in a file from Windows Explorer. I closed the project and opened another one just to confirm that I wasn't having a foggy Sunday morning problem but I _am_ able to drag files into the this other project. Trying to drag the same file into my new project won't work. What's up with this?!
How to save Ajax Editor content as an HTML file to a disk?
Let's say I have an Ajax Editor which allows user to type or paste in long message or writting. Once he clicks on "submit" button, an HTML file will be created and save to a disk. I am working on asp.net 3.5, ajax version 3.5 (from codeplex, work well).
Oracle has simple, useful and free tools for attaching to a process and monitoring its SQL statements but I can't anything similar for SQL Server. This is incredibly useful across a number of scenarios, particularly when dealing with third-party assemblies (1). ANTS 6 seems to support something like this (2), though it doesn't allow you to view the stack-trace that lead to the query as dynaTrace does. I don't think dotTrace tracks parameter values, either.
Surely there's a widely available option for profiling SQL application-side?
Let's say I am creating a image hosting website. My potential users will be somewhere around 1 Million, and every user potential has 10,000 images, and I need to serve over 1000 images per second.
So, I bought a diskarray, with 10T storage, SAS 15K SCSI drives.
The problem is: What is the best way to save those files on disk? How to organize the folder structure to make sure NTFS can find one file from a billion files under a huge tree folder quickly? I mean, serve 1000 images per second is non trivial issue. My current website is serving over 100 images per second, and I already see the performance problem: NTFS can't find the file fast enough! And of course, my folder structure is not good enough either.
i want to export an excel from my web application and want to save it on Web Server, but i am not able to save it on web server, i am able to do it on my local machine, but on web server it's not working.
We are trying to compress JS and CSS files in our application which is Running IIS 7.5. Both JS and CSS files are getting compressed But application is not able to load these compressed .JS and .CSS files it is still referring to old un compressed files.
Just for your info Compress JS and CSS Files are at C:inetpub empIIS Temporary Compressed FilesDefaultAppPool$^_gzip_C^.
Here are the setting which i have in AppHost.config file
I have a CLR 4 WCF service hosted in IIS 7.5 (Windows Server 2008 R2), using the WebHttp binding (with [WebGet]). The service calls into an unmanaged component implemented in C++ (Visual Studio 2010). I deliberately added an access violation inside the unmanaged component (by calling delete on a pointer repeatedly, calling methods through a deleted pointer, etc.) to test dump file generation settings. The access violation crashes the w3wp.exe process, which is not surprising considering "Corrupted State Exceptions" in CLR 4. However, when the process restarts (due to warmup and always-on settings in IIS), the same request seems to be replayed to the service so that it crashes the w3wp.exe process again. After a few times (governed by the "max failures" application pool setting) the application pool is stopped.
I'm using the browser as the test client, and while the restart sequence is underway the request is still in flight. When the application pool is stopped, the request returns with 503 Service Unavailable. I can work around the problem by placing try...catch block around the code and using the [HandleProcessCorruptedStateExceptions] attribute. When I do that, the w3wp.exe process does not crash. However, this is not the desired behavior -- I want the process to crash (an access violation or a memory corruption is bad enough) but I want it to restart into a clean state and not have the request replayed. I was not able to reproduce the problem using the BasicHttp binding.
I want to publish my web application as a single .dll file without all the source code and .aspx markup pages.
I am using VS 2010 with the "Web Deployment Project" add-in. In the compilation settings, I unchecked "make this site updatable" because I want the .aspx files to be compiled as well.
Publishing my web application using the publish feature in VS 2010 works fine, and a single .dll file is created in the "bin" directory.
But all the .aspx markup files are still copied to the web server! I've read that those files are merely marker files which can be deleted, but not in my case. They still contain the whole markup and when I delete them, my application won't run anymore.
It's like I had checked the "make this site updatable" option, but I haven't!