ASP.NET Worker Process Thread Counts

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  1. Hi all...

    I am currently running some performance tests on some ASP.NET Web Services.

    The test is being run on a dual proc machine and we are capturing a number
    of performance counters in PerfMon.

    One observation I have made is this - the Process\Thread Count perf counter
    is very different across both worker processes. e.g. because it is a dual
    proc machine I have two worker processes. The thread count on CPU#0 is quite
    high (120+) and CPU#1 (approx 40). I was expecting them to be about the same
    assuming that requests get serviced on a round robin basis across all CPU's.

    Is there anything to worry about here? Can I configure .NET to balance the
    requests evenly across each worker process?

    Many thanks in advance.
    =?Utf-8?B?SmFtZXNT?=, Apr 27, 2005
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