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I have the exact same configurations set up on other machines and do not have the same issues so maybe it's a hardware issue? Even if I just die() the script it still happens.
I have no idea what 'list' is full. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Obviously not a lot of IIS users hanging out here, eh JAG?NOPE!
So, is it just this script that causes the issue?
It is difficult to say for sure simply because it is the one that gets almost all the traffic.
What I have noticed is that another script will slow down when things get flaky so I have to guess that all scripts are affected. I put timers into a test script and what happens is the thing hangs for a few seconds and then fires off full speed with no delays during execution. If I run a php script that outputs the phpinfo() it does the same thing at startup and then takes a few seconds to display all the information. This happens when I'm on the machine itself so it's not a network issue but appears to be related to a bandwidth issue.
The error is related to the app pool so my guess is that maybe there is a setting I need to find to increase requests or bandwidth to the app pool? I still can't find anything on this anywhere :-/