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greetings

 

regarding ISAPI deployement under Win 2008 64, and IIS7

when i compiled my project under XE2, target 64 Bits,and i deploy it , i got the following :

Module IsapiModule

Notification ExecuteRequestHandler

Gestionnaire ISAPI-dll

Code d'erreur 0x800700c1

 

on the other hand if I compiled in 32 Bits target, everything is right.

any idea??

 

thanks for reply

 

eric

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Gee Eric, you are getting dangerous :)

 

I was on the way to test 64 bit also, I guess i test tomorrow and see what i get.

 

I'm having memory problem in my ISAPI(32bit) right now, Memory required is building up all the time and not releasing. Well going dangerous I have no timeout on web pool but if all right it should not build up all the time so I appears it's memory leak somewhere. (95% Windows Server 2008 R2 now and not going back lol )

 

Later,

 

/Roger

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greetings

 

regarding ISAPI deployement under Win 2008 64, and IIS7

when i compiled my project under XE2, target 64 Bits,and i deploy it , i got the following :

Module IsapiModule

Notification ExecuteRequestHandler

Gestionnaire ISAPI-dll

Code d'erreur 0x800700c1

 

on the other hand if I compiled in 32 Bits target, everything is right.

any idea??

 

Same app pool can't be used for both 32-bit and 64-bit apps. You need to create a separate app pool for 64-bit apps. In this new pool do not enable 32-bit support.

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Gee Eric, you are getting dangerous :)

 

I was on the way to test 64 bit also, I guess i test tomorrow and see what i get.

 

I'm having memory problem in my ISAPI(32bit) right now, Memory required is building up all the time and not releasing. Well going dangerous I have no timeout on web pool but if all right it should not build up all the time so I appears it's memory leak somewhere. (95% Windows Server 2008 R2 now and not going back lol )

 

Later,

 

/Roger

 

In version 0.88.1 we have new tab in server monitor called resources.

 

http://prime.fmsoft.net/demo/ucdemo.dll/server

 

You can precisely monitor the amount of memory used by your app.

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