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I have a windows VPS hosting my site and have recently started to have major problems with the server using up maximum memory usage and shutting the site down with HTTP 500 Internal Server Error when you try and view the pages.

The site is a mixture of asp and aspx dynamic pages using a mysql database, I have had the site hosted on shared hosting for anumber of years without any problems and have had the vps for about 10 months without any major problems.

The site is split up into subdomains and I have set each sub domain to use its own application pool.

Can you assist with how I can track down the high memory users and if I have any memory leaks, I have been checking the task manager on the server and cannot seem to see what is causing the problem.

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