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IIS Application Pool service

The IIS Application Pool service obtains metrics for IIS application pools, configured groups of different web applications and web sites that are isolated from other application pools.

SolarWinds N-central can monitor the IIS Application Pool on devices provided that they meet the following minimum requirements:

  • The operating system on the device must be one of:
    • Windows 2003 Server (all editions),
    • Windows 2003 R2 Server (all editions),
    • Windows 2008 Server (all editions), or,
    • Windows 2008 R2 Server (all editions).
  • Microsoft .NET 4.5.2 or later is installed on the device.
  • Windows PowerShell 3.0 is installed on the device.

This service can not be associated with devices that use Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 2012 Server (all editions).

Service Type WMI
Instances on a Device 100
Supported Systems/Applications Internet Information Services (IIS)
Device Class Server - Windows
Monitored By Windows agent
Scan Interval 15 minutes

 

Status Detail Description
Application Pool State

Indicates the current state of an application pool as one of:

  • 1 - Uninitialized
  • 2 - Initialized
  • 3 - Running
  • 4 - Disabling
  • 5 - Disabled
  • 6 - Shutdown Pending
  • 7 - Delete Pending
Application Pool Name The unique identifier assigned to the individual monitored IIS application pool.
Application Pool Uptime In Seconds The total amount of time that the monitored pool has been running since it was last started.
Work Process Count The total number of worker processes applied to the pool.
Total Worker Process Failures The total number of worker processes applied to the pool and have failed.
Total Work Process Ping Failures The total number of failed ping attempts to the pool.
Total Worker Process Shutdown Failures The total number of attempts to shut down worker processes associated with the pool that is being monitored that have failed.
Total Worker Process Startup Failures The total number of attempts to start worker processes associated with the pool that is being monitored that have failed.