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Avoiding Blocking Issues in ASP.NET Session State Databases

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As soon as ASP.NET systems grow to the point that more than a single Web server needs to be deployed, decisions need to be mode about where the session state will be held. By default, ASP.NET session state lives in the memory of the server hosting the application. The problem with this is that a user who connects to one of our Web servers will not have the same session if their next request is sent to another one of our Web servers, yet this is exactly what we want to achieve to improve the robustness of our systems.<p><a more</a></p>


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