The Renegade DNN Keep Alive allows you TRULY keep your new DotNetNuke web site alive and running so that it loads fast for everyone
The problem with the KeepAlive.aspx is that if anything goes wrong, your browser won’t keep reloading it. So your ASP.NET application gets eaten by the garbage collector and needs to reload later.
However, with the Renegade DNN Keep Alive, if there are any errors, it will simply reload it every minute for you until it is alive.
Just type in the URL to your DotNetNuke portal KeepAlive.aspx file, and press enter. Minimize it to the system tray, and forget about it.
It’s that easy.
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DNN Keep Alive is a DNN module designed to keep a DNN site alive for users even when any of the DNN objects it depends on have errors. It’s not unlike the Keep Alive features in Microsoft Internet Information Services that prevents the session from terminating if any of the objects it depends on have errors. It does it with its own take on the KeepAlive.aspx that is a direct replacement for the basic dotnetnuke.net website.
The basic idea is to simply refresh the KeepAlive.aspx every minute and catch any errors that happened to the DNN objects it depends on and the DNN objects that it depends on.
DNN Keep Alive has a number of built in error handlers to catch unhandled exceptions from DNN itself or from its objects. These error handlers are:
1. DefaultErrorHandling – catches any unhandled exceptions from DNN or its modules and transmits them to DNN. So a custom error page shows up.
2. SkipErrorHandling – catches any unhandled exceptions from DNN or its modules but it doesn’t catch any custom errors that are caught from the custom error handler.
3. CustomErrorHandling – catches any unhandled exceptions from DNN or its modules but it also catches any custom errors that are caught from the custom error handler.
4. SkipCustomErrorHandling – catches any unhandled exceptions from DNN or its modules but it doesn’t catch any custom errors that are caught from the custom error handler.
The DNN Keep Alive module handles each of these error types differently depending on how it was set by the user or how it was set internally by DNN, so use them wisely.
Because of how the DNN Keep Alive module handles custom errors that are caught from the custom error handler, it will not send HTTP 500 errors to the user. The user will still get these custom errors if they are handled via the Error Viewer that comes with DotNetNuke.
Also, the DNN Keep Alive module is not aware of server level custom errors. If a server doesn’t return an HTTP 500 or any other specific error, then the DNN Keep Alive module will never ever see it. The module will just be silently working for all your users if you do not have a custom error handler for these errors on your server.
Requesting keep alive:
In most cases, the DNN Keep Alive module will automatically keep the server alive from the default 20 minutes to 1 hour, with a few
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Minimizes to system tray, shown in the taskbar when minimized.
DotNetNuke Keep Alive is the most reliable DotNetNuke application. In fact, the best application.
DotNetNuke Keep Alive will make your DotNetNuke site stay alive so that you don’t have to manually reload it.
If your site breaks, or you have problems, DotNetNuke Keep Alive will automatically reload your site or page a few times (like 30-45 seconds) and continue to reload until the error is resolved.
Because of the way how KeepAlive.aspx works, if DotNetNuke sees an error in the KeepAlive.aspx page, it will simply reload it over and over again.
NOTE: If you are doing a large DNN site, this can affect performance.
In addition, because DotNetNuke Keep Alive is highly reliable, DotNetNuke Keep Alive can be used to keep sites running at peak performance, even at high load times.
DotNetNuke Keep Alive also notifies you, making it easy to know if DotNetNuke Keep Alive is working.
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– Easy to use, it does what it says on the tin.
– It’s Free
– Minimized to system tray, shown in the taskbar when minimized.
– It can be set to reload your DotNetNuke site for you every 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minutes (disabled auto-update)
– Minimize DotNetNuke Keep Alive to the system tray, shown in the taskbar when minimized.
– Click to start it.
– Click to start it again, or set to reload your DotNetNuke site for you.
– Click to change the interval for auto-reload.
– Click to change the Show this icon in the notification area.
DotNetNuke Keep Alive is ready to assist you with keeping your DotNetNuke web site alive and active by auto-reloading it, or by reloading it when it fails.
In case of DotNetNuke Keep Alive did not start for some reasons, you can see all the details what has happened.
After you start DotNetNuke Keep Alive, you can start it again and set different settings.
DotNetNuke Keep Alive has a special and interesting feature called Keep Alive Notifications.
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* Minimizes to the system tray, and makes sure your DNN portal is alive for you.
* Press Enter to keep reloading your DNN portal.
* If something goes wrong, it will keep reloading for you until it’s back up and running.
* Works on both 7 & 6.2 versions of DotNetNuke, 7 has the Fatal Error report system.
* You can configure the amount of times it will reload.
* For DotNetNuke 6.x versions, you can specify if it should keep reloading in Work mode, or Safe mode.
DNN Keep Alive – Known Issues:
* If you are using a regular Static Application Server, it doesn’t work in the out-of-the-box manner of ASP.NET KeepAlive.
* If you are using the free DotNetNuke Developer’s Edition hosted on AOL, your KeepAlive.aspx request will go to the DNN Admin portal, not to your DNN portal, as the application is hosted on AOL’s servers. This means that it won’t work correctly.
* The KeepAlive.aspx will sometimes hang due to unexplained reasons.
* If you have a restart situation with your DNN portals, the KeepAlive.aspx will not work. It only works once your DNN portal is fully loaded, and you have the cached data in memory.
* If you use a multi-site DotNetNuke, and you have done some config changes, you can lose the keepalive for a time, because the cache is not reloaded.
* There is an existing issue where, when your DNN portal is on the root level, the KeepAlive.aspx won’t work for some reason, with a complex DNN setup.
* If you are using regular Static Application Servers, the KeepAlive.aspx sometimes won’t reload if the system crashes.
There is a forum thread regarding this project on the DNN Community.
I’ve put up a thread on the DotNetNuke forums regarding the keep alive “bug”, but no replies yet.
This project is fully open sourced and is hosted on GitHub:
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What’s New in the DNN Keep Alive?
This software is designed to run on dedicated servers only.
Doesn’t Require a host file
No Need to Use DotNetNuke to Setup
Runs On Windows 2003 and Higher
This URL points to a file that keeps the DNN site alive on the server.
This file will run in either memory or on a file every minute.
It will do this regardless if you do not have a host file that points to the same IP as your server.
The file will check if the site needs to be reloaded.
If it does, it will reload the site, and continue to check every minute.
If it does not, it will not reload it.
This can come in handy for websites that do not have a host file setup.
The free edition of this is a limited version.
This software is for use on dedicated servers only.
It also has 4 scheduled tasks that make it run from 4 different points (script tag).
The default task will always be running in memory, but you can create additional tasks to run on your schedule.
If you wish to customize the schedule, click the file where you want to place the script.
You must be logged in to do this.
Then click the Edit Menu, click the advanced button, and edit your schedule.
DNN Keep Alive’s Advanced Settings:
The Power of Time:
Does not require the HTML file to run
It will automatically check the site every minute
It will automatically start when the site is first setup
When it is time to reload the site, it will automatically reload the site every minute
When you stop the program, it will automatically stop the scheduled task
If there is a problem, it will kill the task and start a new one in that time
Shows you how much time is left before it goes to sleep
If the script shows that it is going to run in memory, the website will be unloaded to make sure there is no chance of it running out of memory
The Rate Factor:
This is the main thing that can control how long the script will run or how often the script will run.
If you want a script that will never run, set it to 1.0
If you want a script that will run 1 minute every hour, set
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