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MSXML4 Error

Posted on 2004-03-24
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I keep getting the following error:

msxml4.dll error '8007000e'

Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.

There is plenty of space on the disk, and the problem only seems to happen when the user load increases on the site.

Any ideas?
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I think the error refers to process memory space in RAM, and not disk space.
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buff Java, thanks for your response. Are talking about Physical RAM space or is there a IIS/XML parameter for process memory space that needs to be adjusted to avoid this issue?
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what's size XML documnet you try to proceed?
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dualsoul, what do you mean by the size of the document? Do you mean line count or actual KB?
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He means in KB.  But I'm also wondering what's happening when this error is thrown.  Are you simply loading an XML document?  If it's multiple users using the same XML document, you need to make sure to use the FreeThreadedDomDocument.

It could also be trying to swap memory out to disk, which wouldn't be a good thing.  Perhaps the swap file is fixed in size, and too small?

Is this a hosted server?  Do they limit active memory or anything?  I looked in some internal tools at work, and this error seems to be thrown during stress, and it's essentially an "out of memory" error.  I didn't find any *active* bugs for this, so I'm guessing you have a hosted server, and your ISP limits the active memory you get.

Regards,
Mike Sharp
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by:DominicCronin
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It's definitely an "out of memory" error - defined in winerror.h

See

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=http://support.microsoft.com:80/support/kb/articles/Q186/0/63.ASP&NoWebContent=1&NoWebContent=1

That said, I would like to add my voice to those who are curious about what exactly you are doing when the error happens. Maybe there's a way to avoid it by working differently.
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