Last post Aug 23, 2018 01:27 PM by DA924
Aug 23, 2018 11:04 AM|RateFor|LINK
I have a website of over 500 asp.net pages. Some operation or combination of operations uses lots of memory, but I'm having trouble finding it. It would be useful if there was a dot-net call from code to tell you the total memory your website/app is
Since all my pages inherit from a class, so I could put that call in the class, and whenever the memory suddenly shoots up above a threshold, I could redirect to a page that takes down all the information, including exactly where it happened
So, my question - is there a function in the dot-net languages that tells me how much memory my asp.net website (its not a web-app, just a website) is using.
Aug 23, 2018 01:27 PM|DA924|LINK
I used PE to track down issues with Web applications running on production IIS several years ago..
WPW3.exe is the ASP.NET/IIS Worker Process that services a given Application Pool that is hosting your Web program. You right click the WPW3.exe showing in PE, go to Properties that is going to let you drill down into WPW3.exe that is going to show you
various information as to what the a WPW3.exe is doing.