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If the server has multiple CPUs, it is argued that in order to keep all CPUs utilized, we should create a web garden so that multiple w3p processes are spawned by IIS.
I know that w3p internally uses threads from the CLR thread pool.My question is, even if we do not create a web garden, will the multiple threads not be running on multiple CPUs?
Why is CPU utilization the argument in favor of web garden?
i want to host WCF service on managed windows service. my wcf service is not session specific.
my server is
8 core 3.00 GHz Intel Xeon E5450.
If i host WCF service on IIS and setup Web Garden ( number of worker processs as 8 etcc).
as i am hosting as windows service is there any similar concept like web garden for windows service,