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Administering ArcGIS for Server by Hussein Nasser

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Process isolation

Process isolation is another optimization technique that controls the number of GIS-service instances in a process. You can either perform high or low process isolation and each has its merits. By having more instances in a single process, you are performing a low-isolation technique. By lowering the number of instances, you are spreading your instances into multiple processes, thus performing a higher isolation. In Server, having a single instance in a process is referred to as high isolation.

High-isolation configuration

By isolating each instance in a single process the instance will have its own dedicated area in the memory heap. This means a service with high isolation is less likely to experience downtime and failure. Even ...

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