2.3a

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 5505
Released: Oct 7, 2008
Updated: Oct 7, 2008 by akennel
Dev status: -not yet defined by owner-

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Release Notes

(This latest release is a bug fix for version 2.3. It does not add any new features. If you are running 2.3, I'd recommend upgrading as the bug fixes should increase performance by up to 30%.)

Version 2.3 adds a new feature which allows you to exclude URLs from being woken. If you want to exclude a single site, use the option spwakeup.exe -exclude:http://server.mycompany.com/site.
If you need to exclude several sites, list them in file called exclude.conf located in the same folder as spwakeup.exe. Once listed on the exclude list, spwakeup will ignore that site, and any of its subsites.

Discovery mode is now turned on by default. If you want to disable discovery mode, use the runtime option
spwakeup.exe -nodiscover.

If you encounter trouble running against localhost, try specifying the site using the option
spwakeup.exe -site:http://server.mycompany.com, or use discovery mode.

If you need to wake up more than one Site, list them in a file called sites.conf located in the same folder as spwakeup.exe.

For complete instructions, run spwakeup.exe -help

Reviews for this release

     
Noticed that the program dies with a .NET 2.0 error when it hits a site collection built underneath another. Was working fine until these were added. I have pulled the code to take a look and see where the failure is occuring. PS: I have determined that the problem only occurs when the Sites.conf file is used. David M. Sterling - SICG Author: MOSS 2007 The Complete Reference
by DMSterling on Apr 8, 2009 at 6:12 PM
     
Great tool! Definitely worth the download.
by Dublette on Feb 25, 2009 at 3:05 PM
     
The additional features make this simple tool flexible enough for varied environments.
by MrSciFi on Oct 17, 2008 at 11:17 AM