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Getting BlogEngine.NET to Work in a Web Farm

October 14th, 2010 3 comments

The Problem

I recently needed to add a blog to a customer’s site, and after doing some comparison shopping of the open source blog software out there – dasBlog and BlogEngine.NET being the most popular – I proposed using BlogEngine.NET.  The end result worked out very well.  The template structure made it very easy to add customizations, and the extensions available in the community were very useful.

Our problem with BlogEngine.NET didn’t arise until we moved into production (as all good bugs often do).  The issue is that BlogEngine.NET is not built to work in a web farm environment, and its heavy use of caching causes some “interesting” results when web heads become out of sync. Read more…

Categories: .NET, BlogEngine.NET