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What is the maximum CPU resources allocated for each application Pool?

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What is the maximum CPU resources allocated for each application Pool?
I have 14 application Pools, one of the w3wp.exe is now 446,944K
How can i tell the CPU allocation to this pool before CPU spike 100% for this application Pool?
What is the best software recommended?
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Try to use Microsoft taskmanager ,type taskmage.exe on command shell, and then click process tab->Resources monitor
YOu can use ProcessExplorer , the process monitor tools,  from Microsoft,http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653.aspx

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homework??
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i try to download this but the monitor tool itself also resource consuming. Any other software (in market) not that resouce hungry ?
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