How to set an application pool restart time in PowerShell

Home > Blogs > PowerShell > How to set an application pool restart time in PowerShell

How to set an application pool restart time in PowerShell

Like This Blog 0 Jason Helmick
Added by April 5, 2013

Want to change the restart time of an application pool? You can do it in the graphical IIS Manager, but if you’re trying to set the time for multiple pools, or on remote servers, why not use PowerShell.

To get an application pools current restart time:

PS> Get-ItemProperty -Path IIS:\AppPools\DefaultAppPool -Name recycling.periodicRestart.time

To change the restart time:

PS>Set-ItemProperty -Path IIS:\AppPools\DefaultAppPool -Name recycling.periodicRestart.time -Value 3.00:00:00

Use Powershell remoting and you can change the application pool restart time on remote servers:

PS>Invoke-Command –ComputerName web1,web2,web3 { Set-ItemProperty -Path IIS:\AppPools\DefaultAppPool -Name recycling.periodicRestart.time -Value 3.00:00:00}

Knowledge is PowerShell,

Jason Helmick
Systems Instructor
Interface Technical Training

Videos You May Like

A Simple Introduction to Cisco CML2

0 3874 0

Mark Jacob, Cisco Instructor, presents an introduction to Cisco Modeling Labs 2.0 or CML2.0, an upgrade to Cisco’s VIRL Personal Edition. Mark demonstrates Terminal Emulator access to console, as well as console access from within the CML2.0 product. Hello, I’m Mark Jacob, a Cisco Instructor and Network Instructor at Interface Technical Training. I’ve been using … Continue reading A Simple Introduction to Cisco CML2

Creating Dynamic DNS in Network Environments

0 638 1

This content is from our CompTIA Network + Video Certification Training Course. Start training today! In this video, CompTIA Network + instructor Rick Trader teaches how to create Dynamic DNS zones in Network Environments. Video Transcription: Now that we’ve installed DNS, we’ve created our DNS zones, the next step is now, how do we produce those … Continue reading Creating Dynamic DNS in Network Environments

Government Edition – Encrypting a USB Flash Drive in Windows 10

0 274 2

In this video, Security Instructor Mike Danseglio demonstrates how to use BitLocker in Window 10 to secure files on a USB Flash drive that adhere to stricter data protection requirements as found inside Government entities. BitLocker 2-day instructor-led training is now available at Interface: BITLOCK: Planning and Deploying BitLocker Drive Encryption Training Video Transcription: Hi. … Continue reading Government Edition – Encrypting a USB Flash Drive in Windows 10

Write a Comment

Share your thoughts...

Please fill out the comment form below to post a reply.