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CFM will kill iis when off - Coldfusion Server Administration

This is a note for development environments. Using WinXPPRO IIS. When CFMX7 is installed and turned off IIS will be very slow to respond or pages will timeout. I do development in .net and tried to turn off cf when not needed. It caused my VS.net to be extreemly slow opening up pages and caused iis to take a min+ to load an HTML page. FYI...

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    Default CFM will kill iis when off

    This is a note for development environments.
    Using WinXPPRO IIS. When CFMX7 is installed and turned off IIS will be very
    slow to respond or pages will timeout.
    I do development in .net and tried to turn off cf when not needed. It caused
    my VS.net to be extreemly slow opening up pages and caused iis to take a min+
    to load an HTML page.
    FYI

    theAgencyMan Guest

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    Default Re: CFM will kill iis when off

    I noticed similar behavior in CFMX6. I typically have my CF services
    set to "Manual". Even loading a simple HTML page with a few images is
    very slow. I can "solve" the problem by starting/stopping the CF
    service. However, I ended up removing CF from my laptop and now have
    it running on another machine so I wouldn't have to deal with this
    issue.

    On Thu, 22 Sep 2005 18:26:40 +0000 (UTC), "theAgencyMan"
    <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote:
    >This is a note for development environments.
    > Using WinXPPRO IIS. When CFMX7 is installed and turned off IIS will be very
    >slow to respond or pages will timeout.
    > I do development in .net and tried to turn off cf when not needed. It caused
    >my VS.net to be extreemly slow opening up pages and caused iis to take a min+
    >to load an HTML page.
    > FYI
    Matthew Chestnut Guest

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