Thoughts on SharePoint Application Pools, Recycling and "JIT Lag"

Posted by: Eli Robillards World of Blog., on 30 Jan 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

What are Application Pools? Application Pools are a .NET construct, and each pool represents an instance of the Common Language Runtime (CLR) executing managed .NET code. Each application pool in IIS hosts one or more web applications, and the recommendation...(read more)...

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