I can google them all day long - but would like something that is proven to at least have some help. Page responses are very slow. In perfmon i have at least 200mb of free memory at all times. Going through the Global File and commenting out any large SQL statements such as ApplicationLog (A function that writes the executed query into a table). Source
Change the AspBufferingLimit setting in Metabase.xml to a larger size. I'm only asking for some direction and possible "diagnostic" methods I could use. –RogueSpear00 Feb 23 '11 at 15:17 I am also receiving HTTP 1.1/500 Error at times during The default is approximately 4 MB. I'm starting to get desperate! https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/bb8a6ec8-4a71-4513-a6a3-7519afd97703/reporting-error-microsoft-vbscript-runtime-error-800a0007?forum=configmgrgeneral
Like this: aaa(0, 0) = 1.23 aaa(101,12) = 1.57 aaa(3020,1200) = 2.58 etc. How to explain the existance of just one religion? All times are GMT0. Thanks, Alin Reply With Quote January 11th, 2011,12:05 PM #2 dglienna View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage ex MVP - Visual Basic Power Poster Join Date Jan 2006 Location Fox
This will result in much less memory usage when you search large tables. that's.... Also how much RAM is available on your web server? Icon Legend and Permission New Messages No New Messages Hot Topic w/ New Messages Hot Topic w/o New Messages Locked w/ New Messages Locked w/o New Messages Read Message Post New
I have changed companies since originaly posting this and in my current environment i have left my asp buffering limit to the 4mb. Microsoft VBScript runtime error ' 800a0007' Out of memory: ' GetRows' /SMSReporting_SRN/Report.asp, line 550 When I use a file where I' m not expecting a large number, I don' t get Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. It' s not there by default.
Adjust the setting to allow for 1 MB per 1000 records. http://forums.devshed.com/asp-programming-51/asp-memory-79847.html Again, I'm going to have to review a lot of the scripts to ensure that these procedures are followed. Or better yet, how many rows does it pull back in Query Analyzer? See if that solves your problem.
In other words, only a portion of the array place holders are needed. http://codecove.net/microsoft-vbscript/microsoft-vbscript-compilation-error-800a03e9-out-of-memory.html I input the computer name, it tells me what is in Add or Remove Programs, simple enough right? For more information about writing changes to MetaBase.xml, see â€œConfiguring the Metabaseâ€ in the Server Administration Guide on Microsoft TechNet." ~Kevin < Message edited by kgarner940 -- 5/9/2005 7:27:16 PM > memory leak!
Is this a normal occurence while using this tool, in your experience? –RogueSpear00 Feb 23 '11 at 19:52 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Just going to throw this I haven't used that debug tool specifically but I did have a tool that took a snapshot of memory when pages were hung so I couldn't tell if there was a Yes No OK OK Cancel X http://codecove.net/microsoft-vbscript/microsoft-vbscript-runtime-error-800a0007.html I reread it lol - thanks.
there is enough RAM on that machine. If you need to do processing on the data, do it in a separate service, not in ASP. All rights reserved.
Another thought is the question of how much string concatenation is there in the code? Where are sudo's insults stored? Louis, MO. Your function would look like: Function cCon() set cCon = server.createobject("ADODB.Connection") cCon.open GLB_CONSTR_DB End Function I don't think that this should make any difference but you might try it. -- Mark
Sincerely Vlince Faq Reply With Quote August 28th, 2003,01:06 PM #3 No Profile Picture coconol View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) I think the first one might do the trick. Reply With Quote January 11th, 2011,05:15 PM #3 Alin View Profile View Forum Posts Elite Member Join Date Feb 2002 Posts 3,788 Re: Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0007' Originally Posted by http://codecove.net/microsoft-vbscript/microsoft-vbscript-runtime-error-out-of-memory.html http://myitforum.techtarget.com/blog/btucker/articles/174.aspx http://myitforum.techtarget.com/blog/btucker/articles/217.aspx MY BLOG #2 lcox Total Posts : 78 Scores: 0 Reward points : 0 Joined: 12/10/2003 Status: offline RE: Getting Out of memory: ' GetRows' error Monday, May
wgChartMonths = 6 wgStartMonth = 4 wgStartYear = 2002 wgCellSize = 5 wgDateFormat = "M/D/Y" wgDataArray = tasks wgPlannedColor = "008080" wgActualColor = "800080" wgHeaderFontName = "Times New Roman" wgHeaderFontSize = It is better to structure all code this way, then you don't need repeating code for closes, and you can guarantee that everything is closed and destroyed. I copied the prompted value from a canned SMS report, and I took out what looked like a check to see if the computer was a client. Will that be the reason.
up vote 11 down vote You're trying to redimension the array to 10000 x 10000, which is 100,000,000 elements. Some smaller script edits. How many clients do you have? Second point was just saying that if the condition is met, it prints "OK" then destroys/closes objects.
Comment Post Cancel Ray Administrator Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 4075 #4 10-16-2014, 10:14 PM Regarding the size of the index -- please tell us the file sizes of the .zdat How do I fix this? (Added January 21, 2004) A. Have u any idea what is going wrong? arrays asp-classic vbscript multidimensional-array out-of-memory share|improve this question edited Jan 27 '10 at 21:28 AnthonyWJones 145k22195274 asked Jan 26 '10 at 19:13 twh 52311 2 You'll need to give at
ive marked line 108 FYI dim tempstr dim strconn dim cn1 dim sServer dim sUID dim sPWD dim pver dim drver dim bgval dim pristr dim bakstr dim m1 dim m2 It is a straightforward action unlike a Win32 API > call for example. > > HTH > > Peter > > > "Peter Koller"
Is there a better solution?