Black box troubleshooting is very difficult. What I mean by that, is that if you can’t see what’s happening, it’s extra difficult to troubleshoot. For us administrators, or developers needing to troubleshooting something on a live server, it’s so valuable to see what’s happening behind the scenes.
IIS 7 and 7.5 have new access to real-time run-time information which makes troubleshooting so much easier and more powerful.
This week’s video uncovers a hidden tool in IIS 7(.5) in regards to Run-time Status Control API (RSCA) data.
With that, I have an announcement. This 52 week series has found a new home. DotNetSlackers is now housing this series, starting this week. I’m excited to be able to publish under the DotNetSlackers’ umbrella. This will give added exposure and also allow this series to live alongside other similar types of articles and series.
I’ll still write a weekly blog and point to the DotNetSlacker article and video.
You can find this week’s video here.