Solarwinds failure updating asp net script maps
Try this blog post which got a reference to a tool that automates cleaning up proccess web site worked few years... I remember VS complained, that something wrong with in "C:/windows/Microsoft.net/Framework64/v4.0.30319/" folder (it often complains on files in "ASP. now I'm thinking, probably I deleted something from that folder...? There are a few problems that may cause the App Pool to stop.
Try finding and enabling it in ISAPI and CGI Restrictions on the comment it might be that part of the framework was removed and in that case it might be wise to reinstall Framework 4 by first cleaning it up. For instance, you may not access the Http Context object during the Application_Start event in ASP. Do you have any code that might hide an exception being thrown because of this?
Solar Winds Server & Application Monitor (Solar Winds SAM) allows you to create and monitor your own custom collection of monitored components, providing an open field of opportunity to the network engineer.
It also allows you to create flexible Application Monitor templates to combine process monitors, port availability, and performance counters, allowing you to assess the status of every aspect of your application and the health of the application as a whole.
But if you are running critical jobs, you should ensure that your Hangfire Server instance is always running to guarantee the in-time background job processing.
For web applications running on servers under your control, either physical or virtual, you can use the auto-start feature of IIS ≥ 7.5 shipped with Windows Server ≥ 2008 R2.
Full setup requires the following steps to be done: The simplest method - recycle your Application pool, wait for 5 minutes, then go to the Hangfire Dashboard UI and check that current Hangfire Server instance was started 5 minutes ago.
If you have problems – don’t hesitate to ask them on forum. because you are using shared hosting, free Azure web site or something else (btw, can you tell me your configuration in this case?
It seems like either some files in "C:/windows/Microsoft.net/Framework64/v4.0.30319/" folder or I removed them myself (VS sometimes complains on files in "ASP. Probably I didn't pay attention that those folder not a temporary... A Stack Overflow Exception or Out Of Memory Exception will eventually have the same effect, and shouldn't be happening in your everyday production code. "Application pool ' Test' is being automatically disabled due to a series of failures in the process(es) serving that application pool." Exceptions click the checkbox "Thrown" next to the "Common Language Runtime Exceptions" entry. Visual Studio should break at the first sight of any exception.
Only the script maps for applications that use an earlier version of ASP. Applications that use a later version are not affected.
Description: Solar Winds Server & Application Monitor (Solar Winds SAM) allows you to create and monitor your own custom collection of monitored components, providing an open field of opportunity to the network...
This is not an immediate problem but eventually it will stop. NET runtime keeps track on how frequently your app is failing and if it breaches that threshold the App Pool is stopped, taking down with it, any applications sharing that pool. You can also change the way Visual Studio handles exceptions (check under Debug According to logs App Pool stops due to 5 in a row errors...
In this case, why VS complained on files in "C:/windows/Microsoft.net/Framework64/v4.0.30319/" folder... One which I've run into myself is that any unhandled exception on a thread other than the request worker thread will cause the App Pool to eventually stop.
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