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Application Pools

Starting with version 3.0, the systemimplements Web application pools for users of Windows 2003 and Windows 2000 platforms. Application pools allow applications to run together in one or more processes, as long as they share the same pool designation.

Because each application pool runs in its own worker process, errors in one application pool will not affect the applications running in other application pools.

There are two types of Application Pools implemented by H-Sphere: Shared Application Pool and Dedicated Application Pool.

All newly created resources that use application pools are by default created in the Shared Application Pool.

This document will tell you how to configure Dedicated Application Pools, Web Directories and Web Applications.

Dedicated Application Pool

To add a Dedicated Application Pool:

In Windows 2003

  1. Go to Account -> Account Settings in your user CP.
  2. In the section Dedicated Application Pool, click Add
  3. Enter extension and maximum number or worker processes.

    add pool

    You can set any extension for the pool name. Extension can also be empty.

In Windows 2000: Dedicated Application Pool is not available.

Web Directory

To add a Web Directory:

  1. Go to Domain Info - > WebService
  2. Go to Web Directories Settings.
  3. Click the Add button to create a new web directory
  4. add web dir

  5. Fill in the form for your new directory and click Submit.
  6. web dir form

    Where:

    • Enter Web directory name and Web directory path relative to the user home
    • Authentication level - choose between Anonymous Access and Protected Access. Anonymous access gives access to the public areas of your Web or FTP site without prompting them for a user name or password. Protected authentication gives users access to the resources prompting them for a user name or password.
    • Execute permissions option determines the program execution level allowed for this site's resources: None restricts access only to static files such as HTML or image files, Scripts only allows only scripts to run, not executables and Scripts and Executables removes all restrictions so that all file types can be accessed or executed.
    • Allow read access - check the box to allow users to read or download files or directories and their associated properties.
    • Allow write access - check the box to allow users to upload files and their associated properties to the enabled directory on your server or to change content in a Write-enabled file. Write access is allowed only with a browser that supports the PUT feature of the HTTP 1.1 protocol standard.
    • Allow source access - select to allow users to access source code if either Read or Write permissions are set. Source code includes scripts in ASP applications.
    • Allow directory browsing - select to allow users to see a hypertext listing of the files and subdirectories in this web directory.
  7. Confugure web directory resources.
    To do this, go to the Web Service page for this domain and click Edit next to Web Directories Settings:
  8. web app resources

    Resources available for the web directory are MIME Type, Error page and Directory Indexes.

You can edit and delete web directories.

Web Application

To assign a Web Application to a web directory:

  1. Go to the Web Service page for this domain and click Edit next to Web Directories Settings:
  2. On the page that appears, click to enable Web Application for the chosen Web Directory:
  3. add application

    In Windows 2003

  4. Choose Application Pool from the drop-down box and click Submit:

    application assign

  5. Confugure web directory resources.
    To do this, go to the Web Service page for this domain and click Edit next to Web Directories Settings:
  6. web app resources

    Resources available for the web application are PHP, ASP.NET and SSI.

You can edit and delete web applications.

 

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