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Exchange 5.5; OWA, IIS5, issue with multiple DLLHOST.exe holding memory

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Good day all!!

I am working in a win2k AD, on an older HP box running win2k, exchange5.5, OWA, and IIS5.  We are needing to reboot the exchange server atleast once a week, because, DLLHOST.EXE is "eating" memory.  I see more than one DLLHOST.exe, but one is usually at 0 k of memory, and the other is just growing.

My thoughts are that OWA, being ASP, is leaking memory, I haven't had much time to check out for MSKB ariticles, thought I would throw this one to the GURU's first.

Last time this happened (to me), we were upgrading to Exchange 2k at another client, and the issue never resurfaced, so I dropped it.

TIA!!!

Wood
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install the latest service packs for all products.
this article is for u
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;811140
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Suet!!  i knew it would be faster to ask the collective mind....

Kewl, I am reading and understand how to determine the cause....  I am updating the servers to the latest, as this was "said" to have been done prior...  BWHAHAHA  again don't believe everything you hear..

F Umar, Thanks again, I will update this as I get a little further Thanks again..

CW
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