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What is the maximum number of application pools a server can handle (Window 2003 Standard)?

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Currently, I am using Window 2003 standard with 4GB memory and 14 application Pools in the server. I am thinking to add more Application Pools. Currently memory utilization was 3.5 GB. By Adding additional application pool, memory allocation for each application pool will be reduce ? or there is no limit for CPU for each application Pool and w3wp.exe shows as of current utilization ?
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Hi

You can add as many apppools as you want, this will not affect memory usage.
The webservices attached to this apppool IS consuming memory so you need to check this.
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Anyway to close without click "Accept as solution" as this is not the solution yet
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You may either place a close button or close with ranking 1-5 to judge how good the solution provided ?
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This is not the solution expected. However i do not have choice except delete my questions or accept as solution. Anyway to close without solution ?
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