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6/29/2010 3:39:04 PM
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Log concerns

 

Hi all,

Last week, I think it was, I downloaded the system log of my web site from the admin pannel.  I peered at the entries because I was looking to check how many hits we got over the past couple of weeks, and so far, all I see is a ton of Keep-alive errors.  Are these something that should be of concern?  Are these normal?  I just have never seen that before in a web-related log, and I was just wondering what exactly they were as wel.  Any input would be great. 

 

Many thanks,

Katherine

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6/29/2010 4:29:53 PM
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Re: Log concerns

Hi Katherine. I think what you're probably seeing is related to this (from the mojoPortal documentation). This is a normal part of any ASP.NET web site.

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6/29/2010 4:40:54 PM
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Re: Log concerns

 

Thanks a lot.  That makes much more sense now.  You see, I'm an enthusiast who is trying to learn all about ASP.net and microsoft's web technologies, so i haven't tackled everything yet. 
 

7/5/2010 9:55:51 AM
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Re: Log concerns

You might want to mention the keep alive errors to Joe Davis, your host, depending on the error it could be a configuration issue with the App KeepAlive configuration.

Best,

Joe

7/5/2010 2:06:06 PM
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Re: Log concerns

Hey all,

The error was:

2010-07-05 11:19:05,817 ERROR mojoPortal.Web.AppKeepAliveTask - System.Net.WebException: The operation has timed out
at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse()
at mojoPortal.Web.AppKeepAliveTask.DoKeepAlive()
 

It appears to have been caused by the use of the AppKeepAliveUrl web.config setting when the Application Pool was in 'Integrated Pipeline' mode. I switched the site to use an 'Integrated Pipeline' app pool and the error stopped.

Thanks,
Joe D.

7/5/2010 2:11:04 PM
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Re: Log concerns

Hey Joe,

I think you can also solve this in integrated pipeline mode by specifying the url for the keep alive in config.

http://www.mojoportal.com/using-the-appkeepalive-task-to-speed-up-a-low-traffic-site.aspx

Best,

Joe

7/5/2010 2:36:17 PM
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Re: Log concerns

Hi Joe,

The problem was that I had a URL specified in the AppKeepAliveUrl setting while using a 'Classic' App Pool. I changed the App Pool to Integrated and all is well.

Thanks,
Joe D.

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