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Seems the best way to achieve taking a dump og the process as close to recycling as possible is using ProcDump Command procdump -m -ma -s 10 c:\temp\PrivateBytesLimitReached.dmp
To answer your specific question, yes, you can view application pool recycle events in the Windows System event log. Filter for event source 'WAS'. By default only the following recycle reasons are logged; Private Memory Limit Exceeded Regular Time Interval Virtual Memory Limit Exceeded You can change the defaults and enable logging for other recycle ...
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