Memory Based Provider Dialog Box

Updated: November 5, 2009

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

The host name affinity feature lets you forward requests with the same host name to the same servers in a shared hosting environment.

There are two host name affinity providers available for Application Request Routing (ARR) to use in a shared hosting environment. Microsoft.Web.Arr.HostNameRoundRobin is used to allocate host names evenly. Microsoft.Web.Arr.HostNameMemory uses memory calculations to identify where to allocate host names.

 

Element Name Description

Use host name

Select this option to affinitize requests with the same host name to the same servers.

Host name affinity provider

Use the list to select the provider to use to determine how the host names are affinitized.

Test

Select this option to run the memory-based provider test and open the Test Connectivity dialog box to display your test results. This option is enabled only after you apply your settings for the Microsoft.Web.Arr.HostNameMemory provider.

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