My website is crashing about once/day. It's windows server, the site runs on ASP, and it interacts with a Microsoft Access database. The server remains up, but the site itself is inaccessible. I found that if I log into the server, and go to Start
-> Resource Monitor, there are 2 or 3 processes named w3wp.exe.
Right-clicking them, and clicking "Analyze Wait Chain..." should
normally indicate "[url removed, login to view] is running normally." But, when the
website is misbehaving, it indicates instead "One or more threads of
[url removed, login to view] are in waiting status" and it lists a whole bunch of thread
info that means nothing to me. I then right click on that misbehaving
[url removed, login to view] process, click "End Process", and boom, that gets the site
going again beautifully. I have a suspicion as to which page of code on the site is causing the problem, but I don't know for 100% certainty.
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Hi my name is Alex I have 10 years experience C#.NET and dozens of completed projects. I am ready for resolve test task free for confirmation my experience. WEB FORMS or MVC it's not problem for me. Regards Alex
Hello, I am a individual server amdin/web developer . Are you running on windows server 2012 R2 ? I can look into this issue now and adjust the bid according to the work. Thank you Hamza
Hi, I can look into these issues. Need to check the code to fix this as possible reason could be either a background job or any specific piece of code. Best regard's Ajay
Hi, We have gone through your project description and understood your requirements. [url removed, login to view] is a worker process for IIS. Each application pool creates at least one instance of [url removed, login to view] and that is what actually pro Plus
13 years of full experience with ASP and IIS, and other technologies like MSSQLServer and Oracle. Microsoft access database should not be used in web site, only localy like excel.