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jmripert

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Hi,

Since 2 weeks kerio crash... I was at this time in 6.0.4, doesn't want update.
Finally, I've update to 6.0.8, think that resolved my problem... Nooooooooooooooooo ! That's worse !

I search a program to monitoring :
- service kerio under linux
- service under kerio (imap, pop, http, ...)
- cpu and memory

The problem, is not the service linux it's crash, just kerio don't respond to client on http... when I restart the service in /etc/rc5.d, the problem is resolved...

The support doesn't respond to my question... very good...

Have you an idea ?
A program ?

Thank's
jm

ps: I'm french, don't look my english or if it's very difficult to read me... :)
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bperkins

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I've experienced a crash also with 6.0.8 on the Linux platform.

BP
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jmripert

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...

After test, the crash is not just for the http, but the service kerio...

I've a script (kerio support) that manage
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bperkins

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Yes, mine is an entire KMS crash, not an individual service. A total restart of KMS is required.

So, you have experienced the same in 6.0.8?

BP
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Mayk

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google on monit ..

someone posted this info in another thread, don't know who and i'm to lazy to search... credits to the original poster...
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jmripert

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I've backup kerio,
Crashed the server,
New install linux,
Install kerio,
Install backup... (I wait because the backup is very slow...)

The support have no respond to my question (3x...) since 1 week.

I hope that's ok after... :(

Waiting...
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jmripert

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New installation...
Same problem... yeah!

Of course, I've checked the memory still (with the system monitor in gnome...) and I saw 5 column for memory...
The column 'memory' post ~80mbyte...
The column 'size' post more than 200mbyte, can up to 350mbyte and +, this column up every seconds...

My server has 512mbyte for 100 users webmail with 50mo per box, some have illimited (~10)...
The size of directory mailserver is 2Gbyte...

We buy memory but it's the solution ?...
:(
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jmripert

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The server hold since yesterday... I wait...
The new server start under command line (no X).
The size of service mailserver is 260Mb, normal with 0 users... ?
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jmripert

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New...

After I've re-installed linux and kerio.
Linux start with the minimum of service, no X, starting in command line...
Recover backup and start kerio...
No problem, this is good !

We have buy 2Gbyte memory for complete the system, because we have all users (~100) in webmail (php).
But since the beginning of the week, service keriomailserver crash...

How can I find the source of problem ?
:(

Thank's
jm (fr)
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