Stuck with Application Pool Recycle in IIS? We can help you.
As part of our Server Management Services, we assist our customers with several IIS queries.
Today, let us see how we can disable this feature.
Application Pool Recycle in IIS
On a default cycle interval (29 hours), we have a server application that causes the application pool to recycle. Sometimes those recycled new pools may not startup.
This means that all requests that hit the server fail to result in support calls.
In order to disable this application pool, our Support Techs recommends the steps below:
1. Initially, we log in to the server
2. Then we click on the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
3. In the IIS management console, in the Connections panel, we expand the tree view and then click Application Pools.
4. In the Application Pools list, we right-click the application pool to which we want to disable the Recycling.
5. After that, we set ” True ” for the Disable overlapped recycle and Disable recycling for configuration changes.
6. Then in the Edit Application Pool Recycling Settings dialog, we set 0 for the Virtual memory usage (in KB) and Private memory usage (in KB) boxes.
7. Finally, we click OK.
[Failed to disable the feature? We will be glad to assist you]
In short, we saw how our Support Techs go ahead and disable Application Pool Recycling in IIS.