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  1. #1

    any body have experience with ASP problem

    hi every body
    i have a problem with ASP
    my webhosting server was Win sever every time asp stooped and i must made restart to iis
    i was changed my server to win 2003 i face the same problem i discovered when this case i viewed task manager found dllhost.exe consumed from cpu 88% i must made end process to dllhost or restart to iis this case every day what can i do to solve this problem
    thanks for help

  2. #2
    Run a sheduled task to reboot the server everyday.

    Also you can try changing

    inetmgr -> Application Pools -> Recycling

    Adjust time, memory limit, etc...

  3. #3
    thank u for help but i want ask about reason of this problem worm or virus or what

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    I think this is "normal" with windows servers. There is a tool called IISRecycle to prevent this. But i think Windows 2003 don't need this.

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    Jul 2002
    reboot the server everyday is too extreme. when you look in the event viewer. what's the event id # assoicated with that ASP crash event?

  6. #6
    the id 2237

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by elgeberymg
    the id 2237
    it's your ASP code that cause the IIS worker process to crash.

    HOWTO: Understand and Diagnose an Application Pool Crash

    Checkout David Wang's article on how to trouble shoot application pool(worker process)

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    Jun 2001
    Denver, CO
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