Chapter 5, discussed the basics of working with IIS applications. That chapter’s focus was broad and discussed issues related to both the Internet Information Services (IIS) 5 isolation mode and the IIS 6.0 worker process isolation mode. In this chapter we zero in on advanced application configuration issues that are specific to applications running in IIS 6 worker process isolation mode. You’ll learn techniques for:
Managing ASP.NET configurations
Creating application pools
Configuring multiple worker processes for applications
Recycling worker processes manually and automatically
Optimizing application performance
As you might expect, the discussion in this chapter applies only when ...