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IainC

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Kerio Connect 9.0.3 decided to re-index the full-text search however it is taking an extremely long time. It only seems to be processing around 3 users per hour. On a system with 250+ users you can imagine it's taking a while.

CPU/RAM/Disc utilisation don't seem excessive and Kerio Connect Client itself seems to be behaving fine.

Any ideas?

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Maerad

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There are some options in the mailserver.cfg you could try. But do a backup or snapshot first. And don't forget to restart the services.

<table name="FullTextSearch">
<variable name="Enabled">1</variable>
<variable name="StartTimeout">20</variable>
<variable name="Path">E:\Kerio Connect\MailServer\store\fulltext</variable>
<variable name="IndexArchiveFolders">0</variable>
<variable name="IndexerCacheSize">3</variable>
<variable name="SearcherCacheSize">5</variable>
<variable name="IndexMergeFactor">10</variable>
<variable name="DebugLogLevel">0</variable>
</table>

But honestly - it can take some time. Kerio saves all mails as single file, so the fulltext has to open the folder, scan it, scan the files etc. - and if the scan is not multicored, it just needs its time. With 250 users on the system, there should be quite the i/o and reading the files for the index needs even more time (random access won't really let you hit a 100% activity rate, because of the search etc.).

Also if the users are like ours and have like 50k mails per folder ... well... Very Happy
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