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Out of memory on ASP pages

Posted on 2011-03-09
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We have a web server that is running IIS 6 with a SQL backend database.  About once or twice a day we’re seeing that we’re getting “out of memory” responses and events on our asp 1.1 pages.  The only thing that appears to resolve it is recycling the application pool.  Has anyone dealt with this in the past?
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Sometimes it can happen if there are some infinite loops due to an error in the code. Or this may happen if there is more load on the server and server is unable to handle this load. You can design your application to use the memory in more efficient manner.
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It is a simple cause of memory leakage , You may debug your application or  convert same application to use asp.net , so the memory leakage will handled by .net handler itself.
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