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InterHmai

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7.4.2, OSX 10.5.8

Anyone seeing an issue where they have pages of unclosed, seemingly ghosted connections? Somewhere around 7.4.1 we started seeing these types of connections in the Open Connections page. There is no user listed with the connection, only the source IP and port/service. Some of them had their duration open for 7+ days.

So far I've seen it happen with LDAPS (not user specific), and WebDAV (specific to a user IP) where the user account would simply get frozen and only be fixed by a restart.

Which incidentally restarts wont work, since the mailserver process will freeze or become unresponsive when you try to restart under these conditions.
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John A.

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Yes, it's a bug in kerio (7.4.1 and 7.4.2) (status: Awaiting Bug Fix)

You can see them, with the CLI $lsof -i:636 | grep CLOSED
See also forums.kerio.com/m/90865/?srch=ldaps#msg_90865

Greetings,
John
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