I have IIS version 5.0 enabled on a Windows 2000 server, which has Service Pack 3. I am using this in conjunction with my Domino 5.0.6a server (the same box) to authenticate users. It works really well, but the problem is that the memory usage grows and grows throughout the day so that the server needs to be rebooted to clear the memory. Of course, rebooting the server on a nightly basis is unacceptable, so I'm looking for another solution. Do you have any ideas about what settings I could possibly adjust to resolve this?
Thanks very much for any suggestions you can supply.
Do you mean that IIS is acting as the HTTP server for Domino Web requests? Or that IIS is running as a separate server (doing separate work) on the same machine? If the latter, I suggest you set up two separate computers. Domino should be on its own server box. If the former, please write back.
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