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I am attempting to upgrade our mail server.

We are going from CentOS 6 to 7 and from a dated Kerio (3525) to the most recent and then migrating to 64 bit. As such, I am testing in sandbox.

Initially, I encountered "500 server storage exhausted" when launching the web client. In my first go, I was mounting the mail store as a NFS. I think this could be the issue as I managed to launch Kerio after reinstalling and working with store on a local disk.

So basically I have two general questions:

1) Does Kerio not support NFS? Also, why not?
2) Can this error occur for other reasons and how do I deal with it?

Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi there!

I'm afraid that NFS is not supported for use with the store. it causes locking issues and data issues.

You need to consider fast, attached storage ext3/4 for use with the connect store for this to work correctly.

I hope this helps!

Mark Price
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