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Does anybody bothers to answer? (CLR and COM+)

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This is the third time I am posting this message. Please help if you can.

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Hi all,

I have got three questions. For the first two, I need just confirmation that
I have understood the matter correctly. For the last one, I do not have a
clue!

1. We are running two different windows-based applications at the same time
on one machine. How many CLR processes are we going to have? One or two? (I
reckon it must be two) Maybe process is a misnomer in this case (instance is
better) because CLR is loaded INTO the existing process.

2. In an ASP.NET application, if we do not change any settings (by default
applications will share the dllhost process), how many CLR process/instance
would we have? Probably one?? And what if applications do not share the
process? Does that mean we are going to have CLR overhead (and memory usage)
for each and every application?

1. In COM+, where the h... CLR is loaded?! Is it different for server or
library applications? Could you please elaborate on this?

Thanks in advance
Ali

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Alireza,
I normally do not answer a question if I really do not have any information
to offer...
1. We are running two different windows-based applications at the same time on one machine. How many CLR processes are we going to have? One or two? (I
Each windows based app will be its own process. That process will have the
CLR loaded. That CLR may have multiple AppDomains loaded.
2. In an ASP.NET application, if we do not change any settings (by default
applications will share the dllhost process), how many CLR process/instance would we have? Probably one?? I understand that ASP.NET will have a single process with the CLR loaded,
however that process will have multiple AppDomains. It might be better to
ask this question "down the hall" in the ASP.NET newsgroups such as
microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.aspnet.
1. In COM+, where the h... CLR is loaded?! Is it different for server or
library applications? Could you please elaborate on this? Really don't know, I multiple AppDomains, but do not quote me. Again you may
want to ask this question "down the hall" in the componet services newsgroup
such as microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.component_servic es.

I suspect no one in the VB.NET newsgroup is answering your question, as your
questions are not VB.NET questions per se, they are Dot Net Framework
questions. As I suggested above there are newsgroups that are dedicated to
the areas that you are asking questions about. Asking in one of those
newsgroups will more then likely get you a 'quicker' & 'better' answer in
that the MVPs & other users in those groups use those areas of .NET
extensively, making them more of Experts in those areas. Thanks for
understanding.

Hope this helps
Jay

"Alireza Kheyrollahi" <al******@aliostad.co.uk> wrote in message
news:uR**************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl... This is the third time I am posting this message. Please help if you can.

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Hi all,

I have got three questions. For the first two, I need just confirmation that I have understood the matter correctly. For the last one, I do not have a
clue!

1. We are running two different windows-based applications at the same time on one machine. How many CLR processes are we going to have? One or two? (I reckon it must be two) Maybe process is a misnomer in this case (instance is better) because CLR is loaded INTO the existing process.

2. In an ASP.NET application, if we do not change any settings (by default
applications will share the dllhost process), how many CLR process/instance would we have? Probably one?? And what if applications do not share the
process? Does that mean we are going to have CLR overhead (and memory usage) for each and every application?

1. In COM+, where the h... CLR is loaded?! Is it different for server or
library applications? Could you please elaborate on this?

Thanks in advance
Ali

Nov 20 '05 #2

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