I have a w3wp.exe process that occassionally rolls out of control. I first wanted to know if there was anyway to limit the amount of memory a process can take and kill itself if it hits that limit?
Second - Can a script be written that constantly runs that will check the w3wp process and if its over a certain amount of memory utilized- kill it.
There are multiple w3wp process running but whenever I kill the one that barells out of control everything is fine for a period of time. Then we eventually run into the same issue where we have to manually kill process.
Anyone have an idea why this is happening? Were assuming its something to do with Sharepoint and IIS7 which are both running on this server.
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