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Debugging in IIS slowing you down?

Jan 27

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Thursday, January 27, 2011 8:52 PM  RssIcon

IISAre you trying to debug your web page and mean while IIS is terminating?  I think I can help you out!

IISAre you getting this error message while debugging your web or ASPX pages?

 Slow debugging in IIS

"The web server process that was being debugged has been terminated by Internet Infromation Services (IIS).  This can be avoided by configuring Application Pool ping settings in IIS.  See hep for further details."  (Text placed here for Google's search benefit)

OR!!!!!!!!!!  You could just google it, and check this blog out! LOL  If you did the latter, I'm glad you arrived here!  Welcome!  My name is......oh, you just want the answer...ok......

Managers Version

Open up IIS manager, then goto the Application Pool, select the one you're using, edit the Advanced Settings, change the Ping Enabled to false and OK your buttons back to VS.

Peter's Version (yup, the longer, more storyboarded version LOL)

Fire up IIS manager, goto the Application Pool, select the one you're using, edit the Advanced Settings, change the Ping Enabled to false and OK your buttons to the rest.  Ok, this is the ONE time the Peter's version isn't much longer than the manager's version.  WOW!  That's cool!

IIS Ping settings to change

Alternatively to turning off the "Ping Enabled" optionk, you could increase the one underneath it, but you STILL run the risk of having IIS "terminate" your debugging session prematurely (not nice eh?).  Check out the MSDN link in Resources for more information.

Now that you know how to take your time debugging your .NET web pages, it's time to grab a coffee and get coding!

 

Resources
MSDN: Error: Web site worker process has been terminated by IIS

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