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elvar

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Hello,

I have Kerio running in linux and everything other than webmail seems to be working fine. Right after logging into the webmail interface the kerio mail server crashes and I'm forced to stop / start the daemon again. Has anyone experienced this? Any suggestions?


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Elvar
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elvar wrote on Tue, 05 December 2006 04:02

Hello,

I have Kerio running in linux and everything other than webmail seems to be working fine. Right after logging into the webmail interface the kerio mail server crashes and I'm forced to stop / start the daemon again. Has anyone experienced this? Any suggestions?


Thanks,
Elvar



I'd just like to add as well, my core dump files are rather huge no?

-rw------- 1 root root 67M Dec 5 03:57 core.4590
-rw------- 1 root root 103M Dec 5 04:53 core.4734


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this link is not working.
I have a similar problem with one of my clients running 6.7.0 on linux box with large core dump files.
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