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bchatain

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Hi

BACKUP: File f:\store/mail/.carddav.db, 2463 MB, does not fit into the backup file

What happens if i shut down kerio, rename cardav and switch on ?
i still have the high cpu bug, maybey a link ?


(i know i can test , but i have no test server)

thansk for your help

Kerio 8.4 with windows 2008 server R2 /
80 mac clients / 10.6.x - 10.10.X
Apple Mail with exchange/imap account
Kerio 8.4.0 with OX 10.6.8 server
20 mac clients / 10.6.x - 10.10.X
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Vicky

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If you rename this file a new carddav.db file will be created and this can take some time to re-create.

If you are experiencing high CPU then I suggest raising a support incident with the support team so it can be investigated.
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bchatain

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The high cpu is gone. The cardav file is the solution. I rename yesterday night the cardav and the cardav backup and my CPU fall to 1% - 5%. I have launchd ldaps service one hour ago no problem with CPU again. Smile

Kerio 8.4 with windows 2008 server R2 /
80 mac clients / 10.6.x - 10.10.X
Apple Mail with exchange/imap account
Kerio 8.4.0 with OX 10.6.8 server
20 mac clients / 10.6.x - 10.10.X
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giobbi

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Didn't do anything for me.

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