|Posted by:||Patrick D. (Patric…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 7 Aug 2008|
Under ApplicationPool/Properties the idle timeout in minutes is not
activated. I think, that I have a better performance with this setting.
Could this setting still give me some problems in the near future?
I think becaus of this setting I have an event under system with id 1074
from the source W3SVC:
A worker process with process id of "<process id>" serving application pool
"DefaultAppPool" has requested a recycle because the worker process reached
its allowed processing time limit.
The type of the event is an information and NOT an error.
Can I still leave the above setting inactive?
Thanks for your hint.