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IIS 8 Application Pool Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.InternetInformationServices.6.2.ApplicationPool
  • Description:  All IIS Application Pools that are running on the Windows Server 2012 version of Internet Information Services (IIS).
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    IIS Application Component
    IIS Application Pool
    IIS 8 Application Pool

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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Application Pool availability Application pool disabled due to WAS request failure This monitor looks at events logged when the application pool is recycled due to exceeding the configured memory thresholds and will change its state to warning if the application pool is recycled too frequently (based on the configuration of the monitor). This is a manual reset monitor which means it will not switch to healthy state automatically. To switch the monitor to healthy state you will need to reset the monitor using health explorer. Application Pool disabled due to worker process failure Application Pool identity is invalid WAS has encountered an error during the SID mapping for the application pool Web Site availability Configuration request for web site failed Could not initialize the logging module for web site HTTP.sys has been configured to listen to too many ports Invalid application path Invalid Web Site Bindings Invalid Web Site URL IP address for the site is not in the HTTP.sys IP listen list Web Site binding is already in use Web Site is configured to use invalid application pool Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) did not create site Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) did not process changes that affect the web site All IIS Application Pools that are running on the Windows Server 2012 version of Internet Information Services (IIS). IIS 8 Web Site

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Properties

Display Name Description
.NET Framework Version  
Application Pool Auto Start  
Application Pool Identity  
Application Pool Identity Type  
CPU Action  
CPU Limit  
CPU Reset Interval  
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
Enable 32 Bit Applications  
Idle Time Out  
Max Processes  
Periodic Restart Memory  
Periodic Restart Private Memory  
Periodic Restart Requests  
Periodic Restart Schedule  
Periodic Restart Time  
Ping Interval  
Ping Response Time  
Pinging Enabled  
Pool ID (Key)  
Queue Length  
Rapid Fail Protection  
Rapid Fail Protection Interval  
Rapid Fail Protection Max Crashes  

Discovered By

Name Description
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (0-15 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (15-30 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (30-45 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (45-60 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (60-75 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (75-90 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.
IIS 8 Application Pool Discovery (90-100 percent) This rule runs against every IIS 8 Web Server and discovers which application pools are installed. On some web servers there might be a very large number of application pools. To properly handle discovery of a large number of application pools, this rule discovers only a subset of the installed application pools.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
IIS 8 Web Server Hosts Application Pool IIS 8 Application Pool Hosting
IIS 8 Web Site Contains Application Pool IIS 8 Application Pool Membership

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See Also for Windows Internet Information Services Management Pack


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The directory specified for caching compressed content is invalid
I got this error after adding this to my web.config file (Azure project)

Code:
<staticContent>
    <mimeMap fileExtension=".svg" mimeType="image/svg+xml" />
</staticContent>


(It results in a web.config error since SVG files are already present in applicationHost.config)

The error message is clearly misleading. I fixed the problem by reverting web.config to a previous version.

I made a short blogpost about it here: http://blog.degree.no/2013/04/the-directory-specified-for-caching-compressed-content-is-invalid-static-compression-is-being-disabled/
e2380535@rmqkr.net at 4/28/2013 2:53:16 PM
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Where can i find the documentation ( Management Pack Inventory.xlsx) for IIS 6 , IIS 7 and IIS 7.5

I need to download that instead of IIS 8 as we are not running IIS 8.

vivakhangloo@gmail.com at 4/4/2013 8:18:00 AM