These are my notes for getting WordPress on IIS 10 (1809) on Windows Server 2019 Core working. I ran into a problem with MySQL 8.0 so I reverted back to MySQL 5.6 until I can spend a little more time troubleshooting and document my experience.
I’m attempting to upload a file via Windows Admin Center and encountered the following error: Error: This operation was blocked by role based access control settings or other network issue.
I’m setting up a new IIS role on a new install of Windows Server 2019 core and I needed to grab a file from a remote webserver.
Find out which processes are consuming 1 second CPU time.
Windows 10 Creator update replaced (read: forced users to use) the Microsoft Photos app with Microsoft’s new Paint 3D. I didn’t like Microsoft Photos app, and I really dislike Paint 3D.
Windows Server 2019 per-core licensing model requires a minimum of 8 cores per physical socket, with 16 total cores minimum licensed for a server.
Not sure who reads this 12 year old tech blog of mine, but I wish you a merry Christmas and I hope you have a happy, healthy and successful new year.
I had 8 paths go down to a dead state on an ESXi host. The paths were MRU via Fiber Channel to a storage array. One path worked and it was configured as RR path.
Discovered that my most recent conversion from SQLite to MySQL seems to have screwed up my backslashes in all my posts that have backslashes.