I have read about the asp.net worker process but I am not very clear about the same.
I have read only one worker process is created for every processor. But, they have also specified that looking into the performance of the worker process, a new worker process is created if the old worker process has more requests in the queue. How is this possible????
I have also read that the worker process activates the http pipeline of objects by creating a new instance of http runtime object and calls the process request method. In that case, when exactly is the process request method called?? Is it after the http modules being called and executed or before??
I have also read that Application Factory gets the application object from the pool of application objects. In that case, if a change has been made to the application object in one of them how does it get reflected in all other objects??
When ever I build a web application the msil code is generated ( first compilation). When a request is made, dynamic compilation is done in the server. Is this compilation from msil to the machine language code??
It said that when ever a new web application is created and requested, the asp.net worker process looks into the appdomain. If the appdomain does not exist for that particular application, creates a new appdomain, includes all the references made by it and dynamically compiles. What exactly is this compilation???
I am totally confused about all this..Please help me out regarding the same.
Thanks and Regards,