Is there anyone already running .net core together with full asp.net on a shared hosting server, I need some technical advise please, re the configuration etc.
While i am unable to comment on the full compatibility of using both versions i can confirm that there is no need to set the ASP.NET version to no managed code.
There are multiple discussions on the forum such as: https://solidcp.com/forum/question/no-managed-code-application-pool-option/ which demonstrate that it is working fine (They do also mention they ran the dotnet core 2.0 web hosting installer).
Ok so you actually havent installed .net core on a physical server as such, im looking to see if there is a sysadmin that has installed .net core on a shared server that also supports full.net. The reason is I want to know if there are any special configurations or catch me’s. I dont want to implement .net core on a server only to have issues, etc on a production server.
I guess I am looking for the following answers.
1) Is .net core and .net full compatible with eachother on a shered hosting server
2) If it is as simple as installing the .net core runtimes, is there any special configuration like there is when we secure shared hosting on a windows server for production ?
3) I believe the .net just needs to be set to none for .net core to work in a website.
I am running asp.net and asp.net core apps on the same server, but in different sub-directories. You can read about my experience running asp.net core apps on a shared IIS host here: https://birdsbits.blog/2019/02/18/publishing-an-asp-net-core-web-app-to-a-cheap-windows-hosting-service/
hi, no i meant has anyone installed .net core on a shared webhosting server, ie like an isp, i need to offer .netcore to my own clients, i just need to know if there are any funny configurations needed, before i deploy it to production servers.
I also run .net core on shared hosting and it is working without any issue. Please just make sure that your hosting provider have installed .net core on their server. You just need to deploy your files to your root folder and it will work without any issues. If you have any problems, you can contact your hosting provider. Oh yeah, FYI, I use asphostportal.
We are running both,
For the mean time setup your server as follows :
Install the .net core web hosting version.
Create a new dedicated application pool and have it set to no managed code.
Move all .net core sites into the new application pool, and hope like hell that your clients dont ask for nopcommerce hosting 🙂
AFAIK SolidCP does not support .net core yet so until there is support for it, you’ll need to manually move each site into the application pool that you created above, and tell your client(s) and staff not to make any changes to the site’s extension settings within SolidCP as this will move your site to your .net application pools
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