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arodella

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I am getting all the day this kind of error and the server is becoming very unstable.

KThreadPool.cpp: Cannot create new worker thread: (12) Cannot allocate memory

How can I solve it?


thanks in advance
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Vicky Tripp

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Hi Antony,

Have you looked at opened folders to see if any folder have a high count? As you can get these messages sometimes if a folder is stuck. Also how much memory does the machine have and which version of Kerio Connect are you running?

Cheers,
Vicky

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arodella

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Version 9.0.1 (394), Mac OS X (10.11.3), x86_64 and 16GB RAM

only open folders are the inbox
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Vicky Tripp

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What is the count for some of those folders? Any equal to or above 10?

Also I would suggest upgrading as you are using a version of connect that is over a year and a half old.

Cheers,
Vicky

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