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    CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046 affecting ScaleOut versions >=

    What you need to know: If you are not using the ScaleOut Java API libraries then LOG4J is not used, and this vulnerability will not affect your system. ScaleOut Java APIs do not log untrusted user input. Apache LOG4J libraries version 2.0-beta9 to 2.14.1 contain a severe vulnerability. Apache...
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    Why would remote-clients be calling other remote clients?

    Hi Tony -- those connections appear to be coming from a System service and not the w3wp worker process where the ScaleOut remote client libraries are initialized. This screenshot doesn't show the ScaleOut remote client libraries connecting to one another. With that being said, the ScaleOut...
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    Why would remote-clients be calling other remote clients?

    Hi Tony -- You're correct; remote clients do not contact other remote clients. Looking at the screenshot that you've provided, we don't see evidence of remote clients communicating with other remote clients.
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    Perfmon Thresholds for ScaleOut

    Good morning Adam -- the values you should use as thresholds for the ScaleOut StateServer (SOSS) performance counter metrics will be driven by the application and the available hardware. i.e. the thresholds will change based on the rate of requests, the size of the requests, the number of hosts...
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    How do I optimize my application's session state performance?

    My application's session retrieval times slow down as load increases. Are there any best practices or optimizations that I can implement to improve ASP.NET session state performance?