Internet Information Services (IIS) compression allows IIS to communicate with client browsers (those that support HTTP 1.1) with compressed data instead of uncompressed data. This can dramatically reduce network traffic between web clients and the server and therefore decrease web page load time and boost end user experience as a whole. However, this comes at the expense of CPU on the server itself because IIS has to use compression algorithms every time it serves a dynamic page to a web client.
To resolve this issue, perform these steps:
Before you enable IIS compression, make sure your server has enough CPU power to support this feature without any significant downside.
Use monitoring tools like Performance Monitor to assess the average CPU available during peak hours. Enablement of IIS compression on a CPU underpowered server can lead to a severe degradation of performance.
Note: If your server already operates above 60 to 70 percent CPU (on average) during peak hours, it is not recommended that you enable this option. First consider an upgrade to a hardware with a faster CPU.
Hi,We have Jabber 12.9 and is configured for search in LDAP (Global Catalog).We noted that don't find the users who account have not configured the telephoneNumber attribute (have the attribute ipPhone configured). In this section Parameters Ref...
Hi,I'm facing problem while trying to login Cisco Prime License Manager. When I type login and password it show me “Invalid Username or Password. Please try again.”. But login and password correct. I reset password but it is show the same error. &nbs...
Dear community members,i have only one cisco telepresence endpoint IX5000 without any other call control applicationsi know it :- supports only sip ( i.e no standalone option)- it's not compatible with control hub ( can't be registred in cisco cloud )&nbs...