When looking at the response time hotspots of IIS sites at the top findings we always sees first the IIS modules with time equals to the response time.
From this its look like the IIS modules are the most heavy part of the service ..... but we know that the IIS modules are just the engine.
What are we missing here? How can we explain that? Are the IIS modules causing the response time to last more than all other parts?.
I'm also seeing high ManagedPipelineHandler % in an application.
From the investigation online, it seems that this ManagedPipelineHandler would be the normal handler for the managed Integrated mode:
I would say that the normal situation would be having a great percentage in this module. Have you found out otherwise?