We have ColdFusion 9 (32bit) running on a Windows 2008 R2 (64bit) server with IIS 7.5.
For a few months now, the ColdFusion server keeps restarting itself at different intervals. We've seen it restarting 10 times a day but it can be all good for a week.
- Windows event viewer logs:
The ColdFusion 9 Application Server service for the "coldfusion" server is restarting.
- There are no recovery options selected in the windows service
- The application, exception, server, etc. logs don't give a clue
- The coldfusion-out log logs:
jrun: Memory allocation failed (unable to allocate cache info).
There is a file generated in the Windows/Temp folder at the time of the crash of exactly 345MB each time. The name of the file start with GM* followed by 6 random characters.
ColdFusion, JRun and Windows are updated to the latest version. Tried different versions of JRun.
The only clue I've found (a discussion thread at Old Nabble) related to the error message and the generated tmp file are related to a image library called GraphicsMagick, but nothing on our system uses this library as far as we know. It could be coincidence.
I've run out of options... Anyone has an idea?