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Recycling Application pools in IIS for SharePoint 2010

 

This post discuss about recycling application pools when memory limits are exceeded. Recycling based on memory limits is not necessary in 64-bit environment. It is suggested that recycling should not be enabled in 64-bit environment. Unnecessary recycling can result in dropping in user requests and performance.

Note: When application memory limits are exceeding then change the recycle settings in Internet Information Services(IIS).

1. Make sure that you are a member of Farm Administrators group.

2. Open SharePoint Central administration website. Click Review problems and solutions in Monitor section.

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Pick the name of the server from Failing Servers column as shown below

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3. Now login to the server, open the Internet Information Services (IIS) manager from Administrative tools.

4. Select the application pool that your SharePoint site is using from the list

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5. Right click the Application pool and say Recycling

6. Enter the desired values in the Application Pool Recycling Settings window and click next

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clear the Virtual memory usage and primary memory usage in Memory Based Maximums section. click finish in Recycling events dialogue box

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My question is, I have this on all my app pools and still have this error in Sharepoint. Not finding anything else that makes any concrete sense to resolve this error.

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MS does not recommend this for a 64Bit OS.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh427306.aspx

Turn it off and LOOK for the problem.