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Table 4-11 : Attributes of the <processModel> Tag Attribute Option Description when used in conjunction with the cpuMask attribute. A multipleprocessor system is called a Web garden, presumably in contrast to a multiple-PC cluster, often called a Web server farm. true Specifies that the system should use the Windows CPU scheduling system. This is the default. Specifies that cpuMask is used to specify which CPUs are eligible to run ASP.NET processes. Specifies an account that worker processes should use. By default, processes run using the IIS account. Specifies the password for the
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Table 4-11 : Attributes of the <processModel> Tag Attribute Option Description account specified in the username attribute. logLevel Specifies event types logged to the event log. All Specifies all process events are logged. Specifies no process events are logged. Specifies only errors are logged. These include unexpected shutdowns, memory limit shutdowns, and deadlock shutdowns. Errors is the default. Specifies the time a request is left in the queue before a check is made to see if client is still connected. Specifies the level of authenticati on for DCOM security. The options for this attribute are:
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Table 4-11 : Attributes of the <processModel> Tag Attribute Option Description Default, None, Connect, Call, Pkt, PktIntegrity, and PktPrivacy. The default is Connect. Specifies the authenticati on level for COM security. The options for this attribute are: Default, Anonymous, Identify, Impersonate , and Delegate. (Anonymous is currently not supported.) 5 to 100 Specifies the maximum number of worker threads to be used for the process on a per CPU basis. The default is 25. Specifies the maximum number of I/O threads to used for the process on a per CPU basis. The default is 25.
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ASP.NET runs one process per eligible CPU. On a four-processor system, if all CPUs are eligible to run ASP.NET (based on the settings for the cpuMask and webGarden attributes), four ASP.NET processes will be started. Given a cpuMask of 7 (as described earlier), only three ASP.NET processes will be created.
The sessionState Section Session state support in ASP.NET is much more extensive and flexible than it was in ASP. For developers of small Internet or intranet Web sites, the session support offered by ASP was adequate. The problem was that ASP session state didn t scale out to multiple Web servers. ASP session state was stored on the Web server, and so using a system like Microsoft s Network Load Balancing provided no assurance that the same server in a Web server farm would service each request from a particular client. Another limitation of ASP session state is that it requires cookies to work. This constraint has become less of a problem because now virtually all browsers support cookies, and the sheer number of Internet sites that require cookies enabled have forced all but the most paranoid users to accept at least nonpersistent cookies. The sessionState section of Web.config controls how session state is managed. The <sessionState> tag supports five attributes, as described in Table 4-12. Table 4-12 : Attributes of the <sessionState> Tag Attribute mode Off Inproc Option Description Specifies where session state is stored. Specifies that no session state is saved. Specifies that session state is saved locally, similar to ASP session state. Specifies that session state is saved on a remote state server. Specifies that session state is saved in a SQL Server. Specifies whether session state should be saved without using client cookies. true Specifies that sessions without cookies are being used. Specifies that sessions do use cookies. This is the default. Specifies the number of minutes a session can be idle before it is abandoned. The default is 20 minutes, the same as in ASP. Specifies the server name and port where session state is stored remotely (for example, 192.168.1.100:8484). This attribute is required when mode is set to
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