Tuesday, June 30, 2009
IIS has some very neat features. Consider process orphaning: your application has become unresponsive... IIS can take it out of the application pool so that it receives no further requests, and can automatically attach a debugger or write a full memory dump for you to examine later. And while all this is happening, it will have brought up a new worker to seamlessly service all other inbound requests. All in the name of reliability.
Posted by Jono at Tuesday, June 30, 2009