Deploymet Issues ASP.NET

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Carl Howarth, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. Carl Howarth

    Carl Howarth Guest

    Hi,

    We have developed a system using VS.NET 2003 in ASP.NET (vb). The system
    runs absolutely fine on my own and my colleague's machine. We are running
    Win XP Pro. We have 2 web servers, each of which have been upgraded to .net
    1.1, and have all the latest updates from windows update.

    When we deploy the application to either web server the performance is
    ridiculous (the servers run asp3 systems fine). Sometimes the system will
    work like a dream, moving from page to page in an instant, others it will
    just hang when a link is selected (even to pages that are not accessing our
    database). It's nothing to do with connections being left open and it's
    bizarre how the issues are completely unpredictable. The systems are
    transferred simply by copying the contents of the web site folder on our
    machines to the web site folder on the server(s).

    Has anybody come across this kind of situation and if so, please please let
    me know how to get around it!

    Thanks very much,

    Carl Howarth
     
    Carl Howarth, Aug 6, 2003
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