Archives: IIS 6

How to enable logging in IIS 7.0

February 24, 2014 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on How to enable logging in IIS 7.0 | Filed in: Development, Environment, Performance Engineering, Web Server.

IIS 7 on Windows 2008 Server has increased the logging capability of IIS compare to IIS 6. IIS 7 ships with below modules which are default on set up, HTTP Logging Module(loghttp.dll) Interacts with HTTP.sys process and processes request status. It is required for generation of logs. Failed Request Tracing Module(iisfreb.dll) Logs failed Requests for • Read More »

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Understanding Various Types of Authentication in IIS

April 9, 2013 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Understanding Various Types of Authentication in IIS | Filed in: Browser, Development, Environment, Web Server.

Few Days back I was a part of the debate with few ASP.NET developers where we were discussing the pros and cons of various web servers available in the market and types of authentication methods supported by them, why quite often public facing sites uses form based authentication and not any other types of authentication.I • Read More »

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Understanding IIS Logs

March 6, 2012 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Understanding IIS Logs | Filed in: Development, Environment, Performance Engineering, Testing.

Webserver logs provides lot of information to the performance engineer with regard to errors, response time and many other things which cannot be seen from the front end or User interface side of the application. So it’s important for the performance engineer to understand as what information these logs contain and what type of issues • Read More »

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