Hi, I read the MS stuff stating that running ten Application pools (not web apps) on a server is roughly about the maximum you should have running on a server (okay it alls depends on the amount of RAM and the actual box) but my question is as such, when
installing SP 2010 and all the services, for instance for a client and they want the services configured whether they are going to use them or not. You could end up with over well over 10 application pools, so what services are okay to share an application
pool and which should have have their own application pool. Is there some info out there on best practice remember i am asking this for production builds not test as I see that the Stand Alone SP2010 Wizard Installation runs all the services under the
same application pool.
Some guidence or info would be appreciated. Thanks
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