If there are one or more sites that you suspect, set them
all to run in High Isolation. Then when you see the
dllhost using a large amount of memory, get the PID for
that dllhost and compare that PID to those you will find
in component services for each site. If you find it, you
have your culprit, otherwise return those sites to their
previous isolation level and try again with other sites.
Invotion Engineering Team
Advanced Microsoft Hosting Solutions
>Recently some of the web applications I have running on
>server have been failing and it seems to be associated
>dllhost.exe I just looked at it now and it is hold 500
Megs worth of
>memory. If I restart the web publishing service then
>fine and dllhost.exe reduces its memory consumption.
>I looked to see what COM objects are running and I am
not sure if any
>of them are the problem. I cant decipher them.
>I have 4 running in System Application :
>CatSrv: Catalog Server
>COMSVCS: Tracker Server
>And I have 1 running in IIS OutofProcess
>I also checked to make sure I did not have any viruses
>dllhost.exe. Does anyone have any suggestions?