IIS Search Engine Optimization Toolkit
SEO toolkit on IIS 7 servers
Last post Oct 07, 2010 01:05 PM by AGFlint
Aug 26, 2010 05:19 PM|byount|LINK
Are there any special considerations I will need to consider when instituting the toolkit on IIS 7 servers running the rewrite module? Also, will any of the tools cause performance degredation while running (I'm thinking of the sitemap tool especially).
Aug 26, 2010 07:33 PM|CarlosAg|LINK
Not really so:
1) SEO Toolkit's Site Analyzer - This can be run from a remote client and will only impose the "tax" to the server of every request it mades. You can control this and reduce it so that the server really gets no pressure at all.
2) SEO Toolkit's SiteMap - This should not consume anything at all, only while generating the XML will possibily consume more memory, but you can leverage the output of a previous Site Analyzer run which means really it has no impact. Once the XML is generated
then for the server is just as any other XML file in the system and the download should be very efficient.
3) URL Rewrite - This could have an impact depending on the Regular Expressions and the complexity of the rules that you use. It has been incredibly optimized so the peformance in general should be negligible, but again that depends on the complexity of
the rules. Normal rules should not affect in any noticeable way the server.
Oct 07, 2010 01:05 PM|AGFlint|LINK
We are running both on our servers with no problems. The only issue we had was a rule to catch any non-expected page requests and redirect to the site's standard "page not found" page, this rule ended up trapping on robots.txt and sitemap.xml, easily amended.