Jun 15, 2008 05:41 PM|OWScott|LINK
Funny, the article on ASP Alliance is mine too, I forgot that it was posted there.
No, the Web Garden setting doesn't change automatically. That is normally 1 and for 95% of the cases, it's better at 1, no matter how many sites are in the app pool. That allows multiple app pools to serve the sites (it won't balance sites across the 3
app pools, it will just have 3 app pools each handling all 3 sites). If you're using InProc session state for ASP.NET pages, you'll run into issues with the Web Garden settings, but if you don't depend on session state, or if use out-of-process session state,
then a web garden works if there is a particular reason for it.