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  • Inetinfo take too much memory

    hello,

    first here are my server's specs :

    - Exchange 2003 SP2 on Windows 2003 Ent SP1 on Cluster (2 nodes)
    - SMPT and internal OWA
    - +/- 3500 mailbox
    - 2 * XEON (2.80ghz) + 4 GB MEM
    - connected to an EMC˛ CX500


    My problem is that the process inetinfo.exe take a lot of memory and my exchange is very slow, when i reboot or make a move group (cluster administrator) everything is ok for a few day.
    Store.exe -> 1,5 GB (normal) inetinfo.exe 1,3GB !!

    Thank's to help me.

  • #2
    Re: Inetinfo take too much memory

    What else is on the box?
    I find that most issues with IIS are caused by third party applications - AV being the prime candidate.

    Simon.
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    • #3
      Re: Inetinfo take too much memory

      no third party applications except the antivirus : Panda FileSecure and Panda Exchange Secure that work very good.

      I follow this article to exclude a lot of files, process, directories, ... : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823166/en-us

      And no change

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      • #4
        Re: Inetinfo take too much memory

        Whether or not it has worked in the past, third party applications have to go, so I would be looking to remove the AV and then reboot the machine.

        Third parties always have to be the prime suspect, particularly AV.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

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