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Topic: IIS: 1 request about 1 process

Somebody can prompt, whether there is at IIS such feature that on each request there was a worker process? Or, while the request does not fulfill, he waits in queue while any worker process will not be released, but nevertheless in one worker process one request in unit of time is fulfilled only?

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Re: IIS: 1 request about 1 process

Hello, KARALIUS, you wrote: KAR> somebody Can prompt, whether there is at IIS such feature that on each request there was a worker process? Or, while the request does not fulfill, he waits in queue while any worker process will not be released, but nevertheless in one worker process one request in unit of time is fulfilled only? It is possible to deliver Requst Limit in unit. But what for?

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Re: IIS: 1 request about 1 process

Hello, vmpire, you wrote: V> Hello, KARALIUS, you wrote: KAR>> somebody Can prompt, whether there is at IIS such feature that on each request there was a worker process? Or, while the request does not fulfill, he waits in queue while any worker process will not be released, but nevertheless in one worker process one request in unit of time is fulfilled only? V> it is possible to deliver Requst Limit in unit. But what for? Requst Limit in unit leads to 503rd error at however or serious loading. A question what for - difficult... Integration with old unmanaged the code in which problems above a roof, especially connected to a multithreading, and to solve them is not present time.

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Re: IIS: 1 request about 1 process

Hello, KARALIUS, you wrote: KAR> somebody Can prompt, whether there is at IIS such feature that on each request there was a worker process? Or, while the request does not fulfill, he waits in queue while any worker process will not be released, but nevertheless in one worker process one request in unit of time is fulfilled only? So why simply not to start separate process of the output agent of request, and in it to do everything, what is necessary?

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Re: IIS: 1 request about 1 process

Hello, KARALIUS, you wrote: KAR> somebody Can prompt, whether there is at IIS such feature that on each request there was a worker process? Or, while the request does not fulfill, he waits in queue while any worker process will not be released, but nevertheless in one worker process one request in unit of time is fulfilled only? To a head comes unless usage CGI EXE + the console application.