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Windows Server - “Not enough storage available error”

We have two IIS 7 servers that run in web garden. There's a copy of every site on each server. Files are synchronized using DFS (only source files). Images & big files are located on different ...
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How to calculate the “ideal” value for maxProcesses for an IIS 7 web garden?

Reading e.g.: "Does a webapplication run faster when Maximum Worker Processes is more than one?" and "I have flowers... should I get a Web Garden?" and googling ever keywords I can think of, I ...
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IIS 7 - worker processes more than one

if i set worker process as 1, my application pool hangs. if i set it at least 6, everything works fine. but every article i read says "don't set it more than 1" so, in this practice, am i wrong? or ...
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IIS, Web services, load balancing, worker processes, we have a mess

Okay, lets start off by saying a few things. I came into this with things configured this way and a number of (unknown) steps were taken to get to this point to improve reliability first and ...
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What should I consider before adding workers to my App Pool

My Website is hosted across 3 production web servers and uses ASPNET Session management in the db. I have no sticky sessions on the load balancer so every other request goes around the servers in ...
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IIS, multiple CPU cores, application pools and worker processes - best configuration for a single site?

We use Kentico CMS and I've exchanged emails with them about a web garden deployment. We have a single site running on a server with 8 cpu cores. In line with Kentico's advice, we have not altered ...
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Web gardens… are they good or bad or what?

Are there any downsides to giving Application Pools multiple Worker Processes in IIS? They seem really easy to enable and (almost) everything I’ve read seems to suggest they’re good... so why doesn’t ...