Microsoft Vbscript Runtime Out Of Memory
Any thoughts or ideas on how to isolate or at least point me in the right direction to begin clearing this up? This sort of condition can arise in a loop at times but I cannot be more specific without seeing the actual code. Is there any way to filter that down? -tg * I don't respond to private (PM) requests for help. I have tested the application on two seperate servers with the same result. weblink
You may have to register or Login before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Jul 19 '05 #2 P: n/a Peter Koller Won't the local "pointer" cnRet be destroyed when it goes out of scope? And we can take a closer look. --Ray Wrensoft Web Software Sydney, Australia Zoom Search Engine Comment Post Cancel Previous Next Help Contact Us Go to top Powered by vBulletin Version http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5092814/vbscript-out-of-memory-error
Below is a script I found to produce the same error. Your cache administrator is webmaster. I am getting the following error from my ASP application: Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0007' Out of memory: 'Server.CreateObject' It always (as far as i have observed) occurs when i try
I'm only asking for some direction and possible "diagnostic" methods I could use. –RogueSpear00 Feb 23 '11 at 15:17 I am also receiving HTTP 1.1/500 Error at times during Related 1064Dealing with “java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen space” error839Strange out of memory issue while loading an image to a Bitmap object0“subscript out range” error (vbscript on pageload)2Large VBScript array yields 'Out of Memory' I reviewed “VBScript SubFolder "Out of Memory" 800A0007 when running against large…” thread suggesting that the error could be related to an infinite loop. But are you deleting objects?
there is enough RAM on that machine. Set con = cCon() .... Peter Looks to me like every time you call cCon() you create an object *cnRet* but it is never destroyed. look at this site If it is not a rude question - why use a helper function to create an ADODB.connection object?
So they are cleaning up garbage on the Connections & RecordSets. –RogueSpear00 Feb 23 '11 at 17:16 | show 20 more comments up vote 3 down vote Have you looked at Also share server specGaston Gardonio - http://blogs.technet.com/plataformas/archive/tags/System+Center/default.aspx Proposed as answer by Garth JonesMVP, Moderator Sunday, January 15, 2012 11:14 PM Marked as answer by Moiz Rassiwala[MSFT]Microsoft employee, Moderator Tuesday, February 21, It is a straightforward action unlike a Win32 API call for example. function code con.close set con = nothing End Function All my recordsets are disconnected and also destroyed with .close and Set rst = nothing.
It is a straightforward action unlike a Win32 API call for example. https://forums.iis.net/t/1178312.aspx?classic+asp+out+of+memory+ I took every single SQL INSERT and UPDATE (as much as I could without breaking the system) and put them into Stored Procedures. #2 was the one item that really made An exercise in the properties of Lebesgue integrals What exactly is a short circuit? Sounds normal....
I'm starting to get desperate! have a peek at these guys I can google them all day long - but would like something that is proven to at least have some help. function code > > > con.close > > > set con = nothing > > > End Function > > > > > > All my recordsets are disconnected and also HTH Peter "Peter Koller"
It appears that the error is produced anytime a script attempts to connect to the wmimgmts console. That's a lot of records... It is different from yours in that we do not use an intermediate variable. http://goglospex.com/microsoft-vbscript/microsoft-vbscript-runtime-0x800a0007-out-of-memory.html Is there a way for me to increase "memory" size for VBScript?
You should set obj = nothing to anything that was created with the 'new' keyword. –Tom Gullen Feb 23 '11 at 16:48 @Rogue, also how many recordsets do you Thanks Tags: None wrensoft Administrator Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 4428 #2 10-15-2014, 10:41 PM Maybe it really is an out of memory error. The time now is 09:45 AM.
My guess at a possible cause is that some object of a size is trying to be created but there isn't enough room in the memory to store it as one
In function foo() you create another object *con* > which is destroyed on completion, but I doubt that that destruction will > cascade back to *cnRet*. > > If it is All times are GMT -5. The script: Option Explicit 'On Error Resume Next Dim objWMIService, WshShell Dim objItem Dim i Const MAX_LOOPS = 2, QUARTER_HOUR = 900000 For i = 1 To MAX_LOOPS After ten or so minutes the script will give the error.
Both machines had more than enough memory. Please share the report and we cant test it and see what is going on. Always use [code][/code] tags when posting code. this content In what spot would the new Star Wars movie "Rogue One" go in the Machete Order?
Change this to whatever limit is reasonable for the types of files your users will be attaching. The same goes for the RecordSet Function. It is a straightforward action unlike a Win32 > API > > call for example. > > > > HTH > > > > Peter > > > > > > I'm starting to get desperate! > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
All Forums >> [Scripting] >> WSH & Client Side VBScript Forum MenuLog inRegistration / Sign up RSS FeedThread Options View Printable PageThread Reading Mode VBScript Runtime Error, Out of Memory: I will have to dig deeper into the global functions to see if they original code is written to destroy garbage. I can say....That in the functions I have written, I have not used this - as I wasn't aware you had to do it for ever instance. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?
Martin Windows and Linux work Together IT-Pros Community Member Award 2011 ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft. change this up to all windows XP systems and I get the error. The maximum > amount of connections to my sql server is 6. > > > > > "Peter James"
what am I missing in iis 7 setup for classic asp? Any one got ANY ideas on this one? Using the rs.getRows method to store in an array so you can reuse the same RS over and over again is very good for speed, and makes it harder to forget Reply With Quote January 12th, 2011,08:19 AM #5 DataMiser View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Power Poster Join Date Jul 2008 Location WV Posts 5,170 Re: Microsoft VBScript runtime error
It's quick & easy. Also share server specGaston Gardonio - http://blogs.technet.com/plataformas/archive/tags/System+Center/default.aspx Proposed as answer by Garth JonesMVP, Moderator Sunday, January 15, 2012 11:14 PM Marked as answer by Moiz Rassiwala[MSFT]Microsoft employee, Moderator Tuesday, February 21, I am getting the following error from my ASP application: Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0007' Out of memory: 'Server.CreateObject' It always (as far as i have observed) occurs when i try If it is not a rude question - why use a helper function to create an ADODB.connection object?
If the condition is not met, it redirects the user and DOESNT clean up... HTH Peter "Peter Koller"