IIS 5 & IIS 6
Bad Response from Server
Last post Sep 04, 2008 06:15 AM by WenJun Zhang - MSFT
Aug 28, 2008 12:16 PM|jdornan|LINK
Okay so I have a website that has been up and running for about 4 years that suddenly stopped today. No changes made (other than windows updates) to the system. I thought no problem ill bounce the service...no go. i bounced the server...no
No matter what I do when I try to access the website (and accordingly the default.asp file) I get Bad Response from Server.
Other websites on the same box still serving up their asp pages fine. I can also drop and html file into the struggling websites directory and manually type in the address and it is served up just fine. It just wont serve up an asp page in this particular directory
lastly I tried just recreating a new virtual site and it went fine. All the same results as above though. No asp..
In the log files I get asp_0147 Error 500
This is IIS5 on win2k and asp3.
Aug 28, 2008 01:39 PM|joelangley|LINK
Anything in event viewer?
Aug 28, 2008 03:14 PM|jdornan|LINK
Damn Im one of those guys that doesn't include all the info :)
No event viewer doesnt show anything.
I have since tried copying some of the files into another website on the server that works fine and can view them without a problem.
The issue seems to be on the application level of this specific website.
Aug 28, 2008 03:18 PM|joelangley|LINK
asp_0147: "not enough storage" is generally a memory problem. It sounds like part of your site has a memory leak (i.e. failing to release resources).
Aug 28, 2008 08:47 PM|jdornan|LINK
It seems this is more catered to if you are looking for the problem site among many. However I know which site is the problem, the only "problem" is that the code hasn't changed for 4 years and now suddenly there is an issue.
But I want to test all possibilities.
As a test after a full reboot I ran a page with this.
still have the same problem. I cant imagine that code causing a memory leak!?!?
Perfmon and taskman dont show anything using a lot of memory.
The two websites running on this server both use isolated memory space already and always have.
Still very stumped.
Sep 04, 2008 06:15 AM|WenJun Zhang - MSFT|LINK
Please disable 'Show friendly HTTP error message' in IE Internet Options->Advanced and browse to the site again. It should return more detailed error info about this 500 error then.