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after upgrading from Version 8.2.4 Patch 1 to 8.3.2 it turns out that KC after debug.log rotation starts a growing number of threads in the CPU, quickly counting above 2.000 where the normal load is around 400.

Log rotation will be done correctly, but there's nothing written to the new debug.log.
The whole machine gets slow and I have to force quit the Kerio mailserver process.

Settings are "Rotate weekly" and rotate when log is above 50 MB. Read/Write access is the same as it is in the other logfiles.
Hosting machine is a Mac OS 10.6.8 Server 64_bit.

Observed this behavior now for the third time, one time with a manual rotate, two times with an automated one. Will try to disable the rotation now when the server is operating again.

Any ideas what's going on there?


Update: It seems to start a huge load of connections. warning.log shows "Connection attempt to service HTTPS from IP address xxx rejected: too many connections. Connection limit is 2000."

[Updated on: Mon, 13 October 2014 17:13]

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