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Application Pools are fairly expensive. I will often advocate/build farms with the minimum number of accounts possible (for those covering App Pools, that would be a Farm Admin, Service App, and Web App account). With .NET, there is minimal memory sharing between processes, and the SharePoint binaries consume quite a bit of memory without any end user ...


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The downside is: you can hit the recommended limit of 10 app pools: see https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx#WebserverAppServer. Also note the limit of Web applications (20).


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if you have both web application properly configured. Make sure both DNS are properly registered. Create Web Applications on http://one port 80 and http://secondwebapp port 80. once 1st web app created it will ask to create the root level site collection. I think, this is where you created 1st root level. Now once 2nd web app created same message will ...



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