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miless

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Since rsyncing our store directory over to a new RAID (with Kerio turned off, of course), I've been getting the following error every five minutes:

ClientStatisticsDb.cpp: ClientStatisticsDb::flushQueryBuffer() - SQLite error: code 11, error SQLITE_CORRUPT[11]: database disk image is malformed

I haven't noticed any performance or stability issues client-side, but I'm concerned that these errors may be a sign of a problem that will bite us later.

Thoughts?
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Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi miless

this looks like a corrupt .journal.db file. you may want to remove this file with the server STOPPED please!

Please check the logs as it should indicate which user folder is affected.

If you are unsure or are still having issues then please raise this as a support ticket because this may need further investigation.



Mark Price
Kerio technical support.

Log Support Incidents here: http://www.kerio.com/support
Also, please use our KB: http://kb.kerio.com
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It looks more like corrupted .cstats.db file in the message store.
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miless

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Stopping Kerio, renaming .cstats.db, and restarting Kerio seems to have resolved the issue. Thanks, Mark and Pavel!
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