cd c:\inetpub\AdminScripts (or similar)
adsutil set w3svc/MaxConnections 40
This 10 connections to network shares limit was introduced with NT4 workstation (SP3), and exists in W2K workstation, and WinXP home/pro/mc. It only applies to authenticated windows services, such as file and print sharing.
O/S four cpu single cpu
2003 1827 762
W2K 385 142
WinXP 10 10
There still remains, in WinXP, the TCPIP hardcoded limit of only 10 new connections per second or 600 new connections per minute.
Question: After paying for Win2003 Web Server Edition, why XAMMP? It could be a good solution, but what prompted the need?
Snoopy.pa30 wrote:JK and Wiedman,
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2 ... w/web.mspx
I do not know if it is prevented, but it is prohibited.
Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, can be used solely to deploy Web pages, Web sites, Web applications, and Web services.
That's only a limit for halfopen outbound TCP connection attempts. Not for incomming connections.
To run MySQL on Windows, you need the following:
A 32-bit Windows operating system such as 9x, Me, NT, 2000, XP, or Windows Server 2003.
A Windows NT-based operating system (NT, 2000, XP, 2003) permits you to run the MySQL server as a service.
The use of a Windows NT-based operating system is strongly recommended.
See Section 2.3.11, “Starting MySQL as a Windows Service”.
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