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Topic: 100% CPU Usage
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 77135
From: kalleshkp
Date: 11/25/2002 08:13 AM

Hi All
We are using activepdf server and activepdf web grabber to generate the PDF from ASP page by passing HTML.
This works fine and generates the PDF as well.
But Problem is with CPU usage....For each call from the ASP page to generate the PDF, we can see WPRHandler created and using the system resources. so if we try to generate the PDF for 5-6 times then we will have 5-6 WPRHandler Running in the process and using 100% CPU, which slows down the server and makes impossible to use any more and we left with no other option except to restart the server...
Can anybody put some light on this....
We are setting the objects used to nothing in ASP....

Any suggestions are welcome and greatly appreciated....

Thanks in Advance...

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