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I have a web service that (among other things) hsd a timer to check a database for jobs. However it seems to shut down in the early hours of the morning (there are no exceptions occuring).

In the application pool, I have turned recycling off and set idle time out to 0. Is there anything else that would be shutting down the app?

Eventually I plan to move the part using the timer to a windows service, but for now I wondered if there was anything else that would shut it down.

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1) In IIS Manager | Application Pools | Specific App Pool | Advanced Settings -- make sure it logs all recycling events; 2) Then, Event Viewer | Windows Logs | System --> source "WAS" -- you should see the reason in Details field. –  LazyOne Jun 13 '12 at 12:46
    
Thanks @LazyOne, I'll check the logs tomorrow and see if this has any information. –  Mr Shoubs Jun 13 '12 at 12:54

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