Server Application Error

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Andreas Muschkat, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. I have a big problem. I have to manage a windows server with 20
    domains. Some have .asp-pages, some not. I dont have programmed this
    pages. The server was new installed (on puretec), the scripts and some
    other stuff to.
    Now, the server is running, but sometimes on all asp-pages there
    become an error:

    Server Application Error
    The server has reached the maximum recovery limit for the application
    during the processing of your request. Please contact the server
    administrator for assistance.

    What does it mean? What can I do to find the error? I have search on
    some newsgroups und have found out, that one asp-Skript take to many
    ressources and "shoot out" the service. But I don't know what script
    in which domain? Can somebody help me?

    The server has Win 2000 SP3, IIS 5.0

    Best regards,
    Andreas
     
    Andreas Muschkat, Jul 29, 2003
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  2. Andreas Muschkat

    Richard Marr Guest

    Andreas,

    Good to here its working.
    PS I was confused by the use of domains when referring to the
    applications, which is why I repeated the isolation steps.


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    Richard Marr
    Microsoft IIS Support Professional
     
    Richard Marr, Jul 31, 2003
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