HTTP 500.100 VBScript compilation - Out of Memory Error

Our situation...

We are running 15 servers behind a load balancing switch.
The clustered servers are exactly the same, and are
running IIS 5.0, SiteServer 3.0, using a mixture of
local/UNC path folders for virtuals, for about 248 web
sites. There are 22 DLL/COM+ applications. Recently our
user base grew by about 1000, and we are now getting
intermittent 500.100 VBScript compilation (0x800A03E9) Out
of memory errors.


Is there a way to capture the exact dllhost pid and
associated COM object using WMI? I would like to
enumerate the apps, their memory usage to a log for the
first 500.100 asp error. I am currently trapping
currentusers, availablememory, asprequests stuff using
wmi, and the dllhost/pid, but I would like to associate
the dllhost/pid with the specific COM object.
Troy MartinSr. Systems AdminAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Have you checked the actual server logs?
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Troy MartinSr. Systems AdminAuthor Commented:
I forgot about this issue since I'm working for another company now.

However, I was able to solve the problem by using a combination of WMI/VBScript within an ASP page that also called a registered DLL to capture all COM+ applications and PIDs.  The ASP page was setup as the default 500.100 asp error page.  It produced results online as well as creating it's own log.
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