Mike Volodarsky has posted a great blog post explaining what different actions (stop, start, recyling, etc.) do to either a web site or application pool in IIS 7.0. From a SharePoint perspective, this helps to understand the mechanics of what is going on when you are administering SharePoint on Windows 2008 servers and working with IIS 7.0.
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