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  1. 1 On September 11th, 2007, Dominic Ryan said:

    Hey Paul,

    Hope you remember me, we met way back at the 2005 MVP summit. See you have started up your own blog now, nice work! I saw on Bernard’s blog that Jeff may have been having some health issues again. I remember he was near in hospital for near a month back in 2004, but I’ve never seem him offline for this amount of time. Anyway, good luck with the blog! I’ll be putting a post about it on my site tonight.

    Cheers,

    Dominic

  2. 2 On September 12th, 2007, Chris said:

    David,
    Thanks for the great primer on installing PHP with IIS 6.0. I have looked at several others and your was by far the most clear and accurate. At the end of the PHP post you mentioned that you would post and article on configuring MySQL and PHPMyAdmin on IIS 6.0. I see your articles for MySQL, but nothing for PHPMyAdmin. Should I hold my breath?

  3. 3 On November 1st, 2007, Alex said:

    I’m a PHP and Mysql absolute novice.

    I was trying to set up CMS Made Simple (CMSMS) and spent hours pulling my hair out trying to work out what to do before I found your article.

    What brilliantly clear instructions, you are THE BEST!!!

    Now if only you had instructions on how to get CMSMS up and running too…

    The guys that leave the feedback on sourceforge must all have way more expertise than me because installing these programs is definitely not an easy task.

    I like your Blog.

    Cheers,

    Alex

  4. 4 On January 21st, 2009, Hazem Hamed said:

    Excellent!!! I mean an excellent tutorial and a beautiful webpage. (This is the way things get done rather than the skiddish USA PHP site directions)

    Thank you very much for your help!!! See you again soon.

    Regards,
    H. Hamed

  5. 5 On December 4th, 2009, Andrew said:

    Good info. Turn the color up though.

  6. 6 On January 7th, 2010, Michael H. said:

    Paul,
    Thanks for your reply on MS IIS forum. My problem is that sometime the application pool died and cannot restart itself. I found a software called WildMatrix. It is dedicated monitor software for IIS. But it cannot run script to restart app pool. They said they will put it in next release.

    Happy new year.

    Michael H.

  7. 7 On January 21st, 2010, Miguel Guardo said:

    Hi Paul,

    Great job with your researches!!

    I actually found the same issue you had about Kerberos and the combination of Windows 7 and IE8. I am also looking for a solution and have some additional (proably specific to my scenario though) that would be more than glad to share.

    Please throw me a word if you are interested or if you get any answer back from Microsoft

    Keep up that energy!!
    Miguel

  8. 8 On October 14th, 2011, Mythili said:

    Is it possible to install Apache Tomcat in Remote desktop which is already having IIS. If So I want the procedure please

  9. 9 On August 16th, 2012, Danial Lokman said:

    Hello, Just needed some input. So IIS 7.5 can have multiple application pools that run under a different worker process and hence a different thread pool(workerthreads and IOthreads). My question is can i increase my thread usage for a website if i install the same website under different application pools. Since one application pool has a limit on the maxworkerthreads, can my website now handle twice the incoming requests?(since the website is on 2 different application pools-assuming i somehow route the load balancer to those two different application pools)…do the thread pools in the different application pools compete with each other in regards to threads? Can I install the same website in 10 different app pools ON the same physical server and expect to have the ability to handle 10 times the number of incoming requests. Default value for single application pool >maxConcurrentRequestsPerCPU is 5000. If i change this value to 20000 and install the website to 5 different application pools on the same physical server, can i expect to handle 100,000 concurrent incoming requests? Thanks

    Dan

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