Rather than spending a lot of time on explaining the details of the garbage collector, I’ll refer you to Maoni’s blog for some very interesting reading, but ...
I have written earlier about how to track down exceptions using configuration scripts for adplus.
For a long time all my case studies have been on 1.1. it’s time to venture out in 2.0 land and look at what may seem like a 2.0 specific issue.
Ensure that the debug="false" on the <compilation> element in the web.config file of each and every ASP.NET application on the server. The default d...
In ASP.NET 1.1, do not deploy strong named assemblies to the BIN directory (i.e. if they are strong named make sure you DO put them in the GAC).
ASP.NET Memory - You use the same dll in multiple applications, is it really necessary to load it multiple times?
Wherever possible strong name and install to the global assembly cache (GAC) any assemblies that are used by more than one ASP.NET application. This will ...
Recently my colleague Doug wrote a nice post on Nine tips for a healthy “in production” ASP.NET application.
This time I figured I’d talk about an issue that spans all three debugging scenarios, hangs, memory issues and crashes… yummy :)
This issue has been pretty frequent since .net came out, and I am bringing it up for two reasons.