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By sebco ·
I have a clustering w/ 2 Dell Dual CPU 512RAM one is my SQL server and the other one is my web server. The problem is with my web server. Im using IIS4 on NT4 SP6a w/ 60 web sites. Once 2 weeks the CPU run highly (75%) and all my sites go down. I’m checking which process and is the Inetinfo. I’m checking for how many thread do this and is just ONE. How can I close one thread or know more info about this one.PS The ID thread is dynamic.

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by DC1 In reply to IIS Inetinfo.exe and is t ...

There is a utility that you can download from msdn.microsft.com that is the IIS Exception Monitor. When running this utility you can see what processes and threads are running in the Inetinfo memory space, etc.

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by msullivan In reply to IIS Inetinfo.exe and is t ...

Sebco,
Each of your websites is running in the context of the webserver. In order to figure out which one has the problem you need to isolate the web sites from each other.

You may want to try running each of your web sites as a applicationand telling IIS to run each one in a separate process. This can be done with the ISM snap-in. Select the properties page from the root of each web and look .

E-mail me if you need more details.

Hope this helps
Mike

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