2009-08-17 18:21:18 UTC
IIS, including some .NET 2.0 apps and some PHP apps. Once in a while
PHP crashes the entire web service. This is a calamity to be sure, but
we will be working on fixing that soon.
However, when it crashes the web service, the JIT debugger tries to
attach to services.exe. But since there's no managed code, it can't,
and complains that it has no debugger available for unmanaged code.
If nobody is logged in at the server, this is okay; a note is written
to the Application event log, the service terminates, and is
immediately restarted automatically. But if I've got a session logged
in at the server, this complaint is a popup window, and the service
will not be automatically restarted until I hit OK.
The result of this is that all PHP apps die until I hit OK.
Visual Studio has never been installed on this server. However, the
CLR debugger from the .NET 2.0 SDK has.
JIT debugging has been disabled for managed code using the CLR
debugger's menu. The CLR debugger does not have any menu option for
disabling JIT debugging for unmanaged code. How can I disable it?
I don't want to have to uninstall the SDK. On occasion I do want to
debug ASP.NET code, though not just-in-time. (This is a development
web server, not our main production server, but one of the PHP apps
running does not have any equivalent on the main production server.)