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Frederique Rijsdijk

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Hi,

We've recently updated a couple of our Kerio Mailservers to the 8.1.1 version. These hosts are running Ubuntu 10.04 or 12.04. This particular example is 10.04. Always 64-bit.

I've noticed that the number of threads on the server has increased to almost the double of what it was before the upgrade. No alarms here, not a higher load (only marginally) , but I'm curious; what's the cause of this? The new chat-engine? (although not used in this case). More background tasks?

Find attached a graph from Munin.

What this plugin basically does is:

grep -s '^Threads' /proc/[0-9]*/status | awk '{ sum += $2; } END { print "threads.value", sum; }'

The two servers we upgraded to 8.1.1 (Ubuntu 10.04) both show this increase of threads.

[Updated on: Mon, 10 June 2013 14:31]

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Frederique Rijsdijk

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