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j.turley

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Hi,

We are seeing an odd system hang on a Mac mini that hosts Mac OS X server and Kerio Connect.

We have an Areca RAID attached via Thunderbolt for the server and mail store.

When the system hangs the RAID becomes unresponsive and we have to reboot the unit.

The only sort of pattern we think we are seeing is when a particular user opens email.

I remember years ago fixing an issue like this with a corrupt Kerio file that was running away and growing to insane sizes but I can't remember what it was. Was it the CalDav.db or something else?

Has anyone seen something similar or knows what the file might be I am talking about.

Sorry to be so vague.

Jason
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perennialdesign

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This issue seems very specific to your config. I have not seen similar issues and we're using MM with 10.11 and KC 901. I would be wary that you're seeing a possible disk error or RAID malfunction. Have you reviewed the RAID logs or Kerio logs for any clues?
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