|Description: IIS Server Quiz|
|Number of Questions: 10|
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot|
By default, the number of active connections in the queue waiting for server attention is 25. During heavy load, you can increase this to:
This is NOT a good trick for improving performance:
IIS 6 supports how many concurrent CGI applications by default?
IIS has a feature for monitoring the health of multiple worker processes servicing an application pool called:
When looking at the Memory:pages/sec-counter, a number under 20 indicates:
This tool simulates multiple browsers simultaneously connecting to IIS to get content or run apps:
HTTP compression only works with web browsers developed after:
Application pool settings do NOT apply to this type of applications.
This is NOT a good way to boost ASP.NET application performance:
What's a good way to ensure your paging file doesn't become fragmented?