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We are an IIS7 shop and we have our application pool set to auto recycle nightly at 1AM. During this last recycle, the site was actually brought 'down'. When the outage was reported, we manually recycled the app pool and it brought the site back up again.

The odd thing here is that the site was working FINE with no errors until our nightly recycle happened. I want to track down what happened here. Is there any way the automatic recycle can fail or maybe timeout? Thats the only thing I can think of...

Your advice is appreciated! Thanks.

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Yes it can. If it gets stuck, it'll timeout. you'll see something like this in the event log..

Event Type: Warning Event Source: W3SVC Event Category: None Event ID: 1012 Date: 3/16/2010 Time: 12:00:04 PM User: N/A Computer: YourWebServer Description: A process serving application pool 'Your App Pool' exceeded time limits during start up. The process id was '5004

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I have a solution for this issue, please have a look at below link. Warning 1012 A process serving application pool exceeded time limits

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