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support@pentagram.com

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We've noticed severe spikes in the CPU monitor and very long webmail loading times, with nothing extraordinary in the logs, besides users deleting large blocks of messages at a time (could this grind it to a halt?)

Xserve, 4-core 2ghz, 8g ram, 10.5.5, kerio 6.70

Any thoughts?
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intel or powerpc

powerpc is known to suck cpu if you use caldav

kerio is not really cpu intesive but rather file intensive, whats your storage setup?

Mac Xserve Intel - 2x 2.7GHz Dual Core Xeon
Leopard 10.5.8
4GB Ram
1.25 TB HDD Raid 5
Kerio 6.7.1
~60 Users (varying windows and mac Exchange or IMAP)
18 iPhones
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support@pentagram.com

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Intel.

Setup is xserve, fiber to xraid storage. The strange thing is that the cpu spike doesn't seem to correspond with unusual disk activity or network traffic.
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My IT Indy

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Check both the system log on the server and the Kerio logs to see what's going on. I've got several hundred users on an Intel XServe and it's not even breathing hard at peak.

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