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lunddal

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It seems that Kerio Connect's RAM usage is a bit strange.

The last few days I've been looking at it, it uses around 70% of the RAM (8GB total) at night. In the morning when people are starting to work (and the traffic increases), the RAM usage drops to 25%.

Is the graph by mistake showing the opposite: free RAM instead of RAM usage?
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Vicky

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Hi Lunddal,

Do you have any processes run at night such as Kerio backups or other backup software? Have you checked the Kerio logs to see if there are any strange errors or warnings at the time of the high memory usage?

All the brest,
Vicky
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lunddal

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Can it be the cleanout agent?

It only runs until 5 am though, and the high RAM usage continues until 8.30.
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