Application pool configuration related failure: A process serving an application pool exceeded time limits during shut down. Rule

  • ID:  Application_pool_configuration_related_failure__A_process_serving_an_application_pool_exceeded_time_limits_during_shut_down__3_Rule
  • Description:   
  • Target:  IIS 2003 Application Pool
  • Enabled:  On Standard Monitoring

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Summary

A worker process took too long to shutdown.

Sample Event:

A process serving application pool ''%1'' exceeded time limits during shut down. The process id was ''%2''.

Causes

This is usually caused by requests that are still in flight in the worker process that have not completed when the timeout expired.

Resolutions

Verify that all the requests that were in flight (look at the HTTPERR log to determine this) are valid requests. Consider increasing the ShutdownTimeLimit for the app pool if it is too short, but be wary of increasing it too much. Generally the application pool shuts down for good reason, and delaying that shutdown due to increased ShutdownTimeLimit is not advised. This event is only an informational event and is not a warning or error

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