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    Hi Guys,

    I have a quite busy website on windows 2003 web edition sp1 with 3.5GHZ XEON CPU and 2 GB RAM Memory.
    Working with another SQL server (on other server )

    The application we use is running on .net framework 2.
    And of course it is installed.

    I would like to know what values do i need to put in the application pool, so my website and application pool will be optimized.

    That is what value do i need to put in the:
    Recycle worker proccess
    Memory Recycling
    Performence and Help

    Thank you in advanced,

    Michael

  • #2
    Re: Optimaizing IIS6 Application Pool

    Hi Michael, It's Michael here

    Have you checked ??

    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=iis...ient=firefox-a

    http://www.windowsnetworking.com/art...on-Server.html

    Once you've checked out a few resource and if you still having difficulties then by all means post back.

    Thanks

    Michael
    Michael Armstrong
    www.m80arm.co.uk
    MCITP: EA, MCTS, MCSE 2003, MCSA 2003: Messaging, CCA, VCP 3.5, 4, 5, VCAP5-DCD, VCAP5-DCA, ITIL, MCP, PGP Certified Technician

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    • #3
      Re: Optimaizing IIS6 Application Pool

      Hi,

      II read these articles. They are describing the Recycling proccess but they are NOT offering tips on what is the best optimization.

      Michael

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      • #4
        Re: Optimaizing IIS6 Application Pool

        Maybe you need to search a bit more generally:



        As what you're asking is so general in nature yet optimization is often such a specific endeavor.

        Do you have a perceived performance issue?

        Have you done a scaling test and noted a knee in performance, a pinch point in resources (100% CPU, high paging, excessive commit charge, high network utilization), or an under utilization of resources (converse of high)?
        Cheers,

        Rick

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