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How to check a list of worker Processes in II7

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In this case we are working under Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2. You can view performance information about worker processes running in application pools on your Web server. This information can help you reduce the number of applications that cause problems on your Web server, and help you decide how to fix issues. For example, you  may find that a particular application pool frequently shows a high level of CPU usage, such as 50 or 80 percent. This information, help you to determine which applications run in that application pool, and try to diagnose whether a problem occurs in a particular application or whether you must isolate an application additionally by moving it to another application pool.

IIS 7 lists worker processes with associated application pool names, and provides the following information for each worker process:
Application Pool Name: The name of the application pool. In the case of Web gardens, the same application pool may be listed more than once in the grid to account for different worker processes running in the application pool.
 
Process ID: The worker process identifier (ID) associated with the application pool.
 
State: The state of the process, such as starting, running, or stopping.
 
CPU %: The percentage of time that the worker process has used the CPU since last update. This corresponds to CPU Usage in Task Manager.
 
Private Bytes (KB): The current size of memory committed to a worker process, which cannot be shared with other processes. This corresponds to Virtual Memory Size in Windows Task Manager.
 
Virtual Bytes (KB): The current size of the virtual address space for a worker process. This does not correspond to anything in Windows Task Manager.
 
There are two way to view a list of worker processes in IIS 7.0
 

Using User Interface

Open IIS Manager.
In the Connections pane, select the server node in the tree.
In Features View, double-click Worker Processes.
View the list of worker processes in the grid.
 
 

Using a IIS Command-line

If you want to type the iis appcmd in any location of your computer, we recomended include the path of executable file in the global machine path
 
%windir%\system32\inetsrv
 
The sintax of any command is:
 
appcmd <command> <object> <identifier> <-parameters: value1 ...>
 
To view a list of worker processes, use the following syntax:
 
appcmd list wps
 
For more information about Appcmd.exe, see Appcmd.exe (IIS 7).
 

Time out when debugin Application Pool from Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

Sometime when you try to debug any application from remote Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 in many cases you receive a message that IIS has been terminates your process debug.
 
This can be avoided by configuring Application Pool ping settings in the setup of applicaction Pool in IIS manager Console.
 

 

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