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Base Exception:System.OutOfMemoryException error message

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Hi

We are running IIS 5.0 cluster with cisco local director.
We are running a website on 2 webservers and I have been
observing that from past few days we have are getting
this error message of and on

Error Messag
Remote IP:66.122.242.6
Host:216.211.212.2
Platform:Win9
Browser:I
Type:IE
Version:6.
Cookies:Tru
Path: /frmChangePhone.asp
Full Path: /frmChangePhone.aspx
dcid=57&adid=89&hfid=4448tsid=7877&ptptid=&ptid=78 787878&
fid=1291&qqdi=8&tmid=8989&attid=898&glhdh=12_2313_ 5545_85
876_55__12&coslid=erw_fsadf_fsdsf_fsfds_fsf&fksf=4 2&nmncn
m=535&nmmnmf=66&bnbcbn=4444&afid=22&crid=12&prid=3 05&rpid
118&pmid=&zpcd=92122&guid=&rtid=7000970&stid=.7waa tn6umc
d0nx_uxlqeovovxnsfew4q&d1cid=ws3&a2did=89&4hfid=34 348&tas
d=7873e2&agtid=&ptsid=7834444&sfiad=391&cqqdi=2123 &btmid=
93232&gattid=8&lhdh=51215_857876_55__12&slid=erw_f s333adf
&fksa=412&nnzm=5123125&mmnf=12366&bnbcbn=114&zipco de=9212
Referer: http://www.a1wireless.com/frmChangePhone.aspx
dcid=57&adid=89&hfid=4448tsid=7877&ptptid=&ptid=78 787878&
fid=1291&qqdi=8&tmid=8989&attid=898&glhdh=12_2313_ 5545_85
876_55__12&coslid=erw_fsadf_fsdsf_fsfds_fsf&fksf=4 2&nmncn
m=535&nmmnmf=66&bnbcbn=4444&afid=22&crid=12&prid=3 05&rpid
118&pmid=&zpcd=92122&guid=&rtid=7000970&stid=.7waa tn6umc
d0nx_uxlqeovovxnsfew4q&d1cid=ws3&a2did=89&4hfid=34 348&tas
d=7873e2&agtid=&ptsid=7834444&sfiad=391&cqqdi=2123 &btmid=
93232&gattid=8&lhdh=51215_857876_55__12&slid=erw_f s333adf
&fksa=412&nnzm=5123125&mmnf=12366&bnbcbn=114&zipco de=9212
Zip Code: 9212
Product Code: 30
Plan Code: 11
AffiliateID: 2
CarrierID: 1
PromotionID:

Error Msg: Exception of type
System.Web.HttpUnhandledException was thrown

Error Src: System.We

Stack: at System.Web.UI.Page.HandleError(Exception e) at
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain() at
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequest() at
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequest(HttpContext context) at
System.Web.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.Htt pApplic
tion+IExecutionStep.Execute() at
System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionS tep
step, boolean& completedSynchronously

Target:HandleErro

Base Exception:System.OutOfMemoryException: Exception of
type System.OutOfMemoryException was thrown
Can anyone tell me what does System.OutOfMemoryException
means or indicates here

Any precautionary steps we can take to prevent this error
popping up. Any sort of help would be highly appreciated

Regard

Ripul

Nov 18 '05 #1
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Hi,

1) The exception that is thrown when there is not enough memory to
continue the execution of a program. there are two known issues
regarding this exception.

PRB: "System.OutOfMemoryException" Error Message When You View ASP.NET
Pages on a Server That Has 3 GB of RAM
When you view ASP.NET pages on a server that has 3 gigabytes (GB) or
more of RAM installed, you may receive the following exception error
message, regardless of whether there is still physical memory available
on the server: System.OutOfMemoryException :
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;820108

PRB: Cannot Upload Large Files When You Use the HtmlInputFile Server
Control
When you try to use the HtmlInputFile control to upload a large file,
the file may not be uploaded.
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;295626

2) Check if In the event log error message like the following exist :
aspnet_wp.exe (PID:PIDNumber) was recycled because memory
consumption exceeded the SizeLimit MB (Percentage percent of
available RAM).
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