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Bigredcherokee

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31/Jan/2014 13:40:16] FolderIndexTraitsImpl.cpp: Index error in folder #archive/2014-Jan: Some kind of disk I/O error occurred

How do I fix this. It can see the folder.
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My IT Indy

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Make sure your storage isn't having problems.

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Destination drive looks fine. Its a windows share. We are running Kerio on a CentOS 6.5 server. Looks like the drive was mounted to the Linux box how its accessing it.
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Well, there are I/O errors somewhere. How are you mounting the volume? Is your network capable of handling the traffic?

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Bigredcherokee wrote on Fri, 31 January 2014 22:45
Destination drive looks fine. Its a windows share. We are running Kerio on a CentOS 6.5 server. Looks like the drive was mounted to the Linux box how its accessing it.


That might be also an explanation. Please use a local filesystem with file locking capabilities.
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We use local storage for archives and remote NFS mounted storage for backups.

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