Timeout attribute: It automatically recycles the process after a certain number of requests sent by the user or we can say the amount of time before the process is shut down and restarted.
Shutdown Timeout attribute: It determines each process will take how much time to shut down. After that time, the process is terminated by the system.
RequestLimit attribute: This attribute has the number of queued requests to serve before the process is shut down and restarted.
RestartQueueLimit attribute: This attribute specifies the number of queued requests to retain while the process is shut down and restarted.
MemoryLimit attribute: The percentage of physical memory the ASP.NET process is allowed to consume before that process is shut down and a new process is started. This helps to prevent memory leaks before it causes a breakdown in the server.
ResponseRestart - DeadlockInterval: It specifies the amount of time to wait before restarting a process because it was deadlocked. This helps to prevent applications with serious errors in the server.
ResponseDeadlockInterval: This is the time to wait before restarting a process that is a situation in which no progress can be made.
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