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Active Server Pages event log error ID 5. IIS service needs a restart

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Currently on our webserver all sites using classic ASP randomly hang. Resulting in ISS to require a restart. We get errors in the event log from different asp files on our ASP sites. Sites using ASP.NET or HTML pages are running on the same server are not affected by the problem. These sites have being running on the server for 2 years.

Nothing new has being install as far as I am aware

Server - Win2003 II6 SP2
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create application pools for asp and .net and assign that
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You can monitor it using process explorer and identify the causing website/pages. Try to check IIS web logs at the them of error. Assign separate application pool to identify.
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