If you are running Sun Chili!Soft ASP for UNIX or Linux in a shared Web hosting environment, it is strongly recommended that you disable server performance monitoring to protect the security of your server. Disabling performance monitoring is described in this topic.
By default, Sun Chili!Soft ASP monitors server performance and displays this information on the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Administration Console Server Monitoring page, as described in "Monitoring the ASP Server" in this chapter.
This feature is not available on Windows systems.
Sun Chili!Soft ASP stores the server performance information in the following files:
These files are created with "world-readable" permissions that might not be appropriate in a shared Web hosting environment. You can disable performance monitoring and the creation of these log files by editing the enablemonitoring setting in the [default machine] section of the Sun Chili!Soft ASP configuration file, casp.cnfg. When you do this, server performance information is no longer displayed on the Server Monitoring page of the Administration Console.
For more information about editing casp.cnfg, see "Editing the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Configuration File" in this chapter.
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