Friday, July 30, 2010

Why a Web.config change does not result in a new process id

A colleague asked me why he sees Application_Start events after modifying his Web.config but does not get a new process id for the worker process. While this article is addressed to IIS 5 and 6, I think the same principle must apply for IIS 7.

From what I can tell, a change to the Web.config will result in tear down of the Application Domain, but not the Application Manager. The Application Manager is what controls the worker process.

If anyone disagrees with this, let me know.

6 comments:

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