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Session RequestAcquireState problem in Integrated pool IIS 8.0 Windows server 2012 Standard RRS feed

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  • User1504148411 posted

    We are trying to make a cut over from IIS 6.0 to IIS 8.0 Integrated pool on Windows Server 2012 Standard edition for an application built on ASP.Net Version 4.0. Our web application requests go into a RequestAcquireState ( ASP.Net Session gets locked for concurrent requests working with the same sessionid ) , in IIS 8.0 Integrated pool on the above Windows Server . However this behavior does not show up when we run the same app in Classic mode on IIS 8.0 .

    Session is stored InProc.

    We can rectify this situation on a Windows Server 2012 Data Center by modifying SessionStateLockedItemPollInterval in registry. However that solution does not work in Windows Server 2012 Standard edition.

    This has left us perplexed -

    why does an ASP.Net Run time Session issue surface in IIS 8.0 Integrated Pool for an application we have run successfully on previous versions of IIS and classic mode in IIS 8.0 ?

    How do we rectify this problem now on Windows Server 2012 Standard edition ?

    Thanks, will appreciate if some body can help

    Tuesday, March 19, 2013 9:33 PM

Answers

  • User-166373564 posted

    Hi,

    in IIS 8.0 Integrated pool on the above Windows Server . However this behavior does not show up when we run the same app in Classic mode on IIS 8.0 .

    It seems that requests stuck in RequestAcquireState in IIS worker process, you could check IIS Worker Process for Current Requests, and check whether it is this issue.

    If it is the issue that requests stuck in RequestAcquireState in IIS worker process, I think IIS 7&IIS 8 forum is more suitable for troubleshooting this issue.

    hope it helps you,

    With regards

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Monday, March 25, 2013 2:45 AM