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A worker process with process id of "<process id>" serving application pool "DefaultAppPool" has requested a recycle because the worker process reached its allowed processing time limit.
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What are the worker processes?
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EV100620 (Windows Server 2012 R2 WSUS Issue) indicates that an adjustment in the WSUS default thresholds (Queue Length for SCCM Software Update Point clients) may fix the issue.
According to T735298, this may be an indication that the application pool settings for that particular website are not configured properly. You can check or configure the application pool limits by using IIS Manager. See the article for details.
See ME332088 for information about this event.
An application has terminated because it timed out. Since it is usually too late to find which application had the particular PID check the Application log for error messages recorded simultaneously.
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