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    Response Buffer Limit Exceeded - IIS 6.0 ASP on Windows 2003
    PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 1:52 pm Reply with quote
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    When you run an Active Server Page migrated to IIS 6.0, you may encounter this error with a page that worked fine on IIS 5.0:

    Response object error 'ASP 0251 : 80004005'

    Response Buffer Limit Exceeded

    /yourapp/yourpage.asp, line 0

    Execution of the ASP page caused the Response Buffer to exceed its configured limit

    In Internet Information Server 6.0, the default setting for AspBufferingLimit is 4194304 ( or 4 MB)

    Change the "AspBufferingLimit" in the MetaBase.xml file.
    It should be in your Windows 2003 system folder- C:\Windows\system32\inetsrv\

    You do not need to stop IIS Admin Service. But you must enable metabase editing while running if you want to keep the web server up.

    Open the file in a text editor/Notepad,
    search for "AspBufferingLimit"

    The primary one can be found in section-
    <IIsWebService Location ="/LM/W3SVC"

    change line-
    (which is 4Mb)
    8Mb - 8388608
    12Mb - 12582912
    16Mb - 16777216
    And so forth.

    If you enabled Metabase Editing while running, it should take effect within 60 seconds.

    I installed the IIS 6.0 resource kit onto my web server. It comes with a helpful tool called the Metabase editor. It is designed specifically to read the Metabase XML file using its template file. These tools can also run on Windows XP. I highly recommend doing it this way instead of direct text editing.

    Another recommendation is that you create separate Application Pools in IIS 6 for all of your old ASP programs.
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