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haentsch

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Hello,

Our KMS even as a fresh installation (OS and KMS) continues increasing memory until it gets killed by the OS to keep the system stable.

I tried to solve this even installing the OS (RedHat 5.1) completely new.
The output of the used memory is after KMS was running for about 3 days.

ps -aux |grep mailserver
SER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND
root 3262 0.2 69.0 1199472 1064720 ? Ssl Mar14 7:18 /opt/kerio/mailserver/mailserver /opt/kerio/mailserver
root 3265 0.0 3.7 75708 57128 ? Sl Mar14 0:20 /opt/kerio/mailserver/plugins/avserver 32 37
root 3272 0.1 1.7 36188 26904 ? Sl Mar14 4:55 /opt/kerio/mailserver/plugins/spamserver 32 39

So I have to do a controlled restart of KMS in order to avoid the mailserver to be killed from the OS or even that the system gets unstable. This is silly.

Did any experience same and could even fix it? The system is RHEL 5.1 and its running as a VM under ESX 3.5.

Thanks in advance

Harald
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