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Mapping ASP.NET Process Model Settings to IIS 6.0 Application Pool Settings

.NET Framework 1.1

When using worker process isolation mode in IIS 6.0, most ASP.NET process model setting values must be mapped to the appropriate IIS application pool settings. The settings for an application pool are specified in the application pool's properties dialog box. The following table lists the ASP.NET process model attributes and the equivalent application pool settings.

ASP.NET process model attribute IIS 6.0 application pool setting
clientConnectedCheck No equivalent application pool setting. HTTP.SYS monitors the request queue and removes disconnected requests every 120 seconds.
comAuthenticationLevel No equivalent application pool setting.
comImpersonateLevel No equivalent application pool setting.
cpuMask Web garden on the Performance tab.
idleTimeout Idle timeout on the Performance tab.
logLevel No equivalent application pool setting. All errors are logged.
maxWorkerThreads No equivalent application pool setting. This attribute is read from the Machine.config file.
maxIoThreads No equivalent application pool setting. This attribute is read from the Machine.config file.
memoryLimit Memory recycling on the Recycling tab.
password Password on the Identity tab.
pingFrequency Enable pinging on the Health tab.
pingTimeout No equivalent application pool setting. This is set at the metabase in PingResponseInterval.
requestLimit Recycle worker process on the Recycling tab.
requestQueueLimit No equivalent application pool setting.
restartQueueLimit Request queue limit on the Performance tab.
responseDeadlockInterval No equivalent application pool setting. This attribute is read from the Machine.config file.
responseRestartDeadlockInterval No equivalent application pool setting.
serverErrorMessage No equivalent application pool setting.
shutdownTimeOut Shutdown time limit on the Health tab.
timeout Recycle worker processes on the Recycling tab.
username UserName on the Identity tab.
webGarden Web garden on the Performance tab.

For information about the ASP.NET process model attributes, see <processModel> Element.

See Also

IIS 6.0 Application Isolation Modes | Application Pool Settings for Worker Process Isolation Mode | ASP.NET Configuration | <processModel> Element

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