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How to warm up Azure Web App during deployment slots swap

Azure Web App deployment slots are used to help roll out new versions of an app without downtime or cold start activation. New version is typically deployed to a staging slot, then after testing and final verification it gets swapped into a production slot. During the swap operation the Web App’s worker process may get restarted in order for some settings to take effect. Even though the swap does not proceed until the restarted worker process comes back online on every VM instance, it may still not be enough for application to be completely ready to take on production traffic. This post explains how you can use the recently enabled Application Initialization Module to completely warm up your application prior to swapping it into production. Continue Reading »


ruslany on September 30th 2015 in PHP, WAWS


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Debug and troubleshoot rewrite rules easily

One of the very cool features of URL Rewrite Module is its integration with IIS Failed Request Tracing. When you have rewrite rules that do not work the way you expect them to work – enable Failed Request Tracing and you will get the entire history of how rewrite rules were applied on the requested URL. I use Failed Request Tracing all the time and it has proven to be a great help when debugging and troubleshooting rewrite rules.

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ruslany on October 29th 2008 in URLRewrite


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