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From: Rubé (rluengasopciona.net)
Date: Tue Mar 12 2002 - 09:30:22 CST
The problem is that one COM component are not working properly.
In our example was the xmlhttp. A function finish with error that
Are not controlled. There is a little application from MS that free
Hunging process. Really this application recycle process.
De: Ben Darlow [mailto:bendcseworld.com]
Enviado el: martes, 12 de marzo de 2002 11:14
Para: focus-mssecurityfocus.com; webappsecsecurityfocus.com
Asunto: dllhost.exe taking up all CPU time on webserver
Not sure if anyone can help me on this, but I have a problem that is
affecting a development webserver we run. Various COM components are
running on the server, and from time to time one of the dllhost.exe
processes running goes crazy and takes up a large chunk of RAM and
brings the machine to a standstill. What I'd like to know is... How can
I determine exactly what is causing this to happen? Besides checking
every component one by one which I don't have time for, isn't there some
way of determining which is the one causing havoc?
Any suggestions appreciated!
- Ben Darlow