Execution Timeout And Memory Limit?

Nov 20, 2010

I am new to IIS7 server I have a ASHX generic handler in ASP.NET, its process some mathematical data depending on the user data (which is hard to predict), mathematical model can use lot of memory and may put IIS server to hold all the other tasks I am trying to limit the memory that ASP .NET process can take and setup timeout limit for the max execution time for this .ASHX process i will be glad if any one can point me to the right direction to resolve this

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