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asp.net 1.1 on 64 bit with cpu high usage problem!


weve installed our asp.net 11. (32 bit) web app on windows 2002 64 bit
server running under 32 bit emulation mode.

should work ok, but were seeing cpu at 100%, but the server is a qaud dual
core brand new server! old server running better.

what to look for?

thanks
steph
Feb 15 '07 #1
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Hi steph,

From your post, I understand that you're experiencing high cpu usage in
your ASP.NET 1.1 32-bit web app on a Windows 2003 x64. I've searched in our
internal database and found some similar cases, however, most of them will
require live debugging or dump analysis, performance monitoring to
troubleshoot. Based on each case's specific configuration and usage
scenario, there're different workarounds or even cannot be solved without
reinstalling some components.

For such scenario, I suggest you contact Microsoft Customer Support Service
for further help. We're sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Sincerely,
Walter Wang (wa****@online.microsoft.com, remove 'online.')
Microsoft Online Community Support

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