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tuntun.aung

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I'm testing KMS6.0.8 with 5PCs 5users.
Initially, KMS6.0.8 running at 10MB memory usage.
A few minutes later, reached up to 77MB memory usage.
I'm wonder why it's up such amount.
Is it normal?
Please kindly advice me.

Thanks Much!

Here is my system spec.
Intel 3.0GHz
1GB RAM
40GB 7200rpm x2 (RAID0)
WindowsXP sp2 (also tested with Windows2000, same result)
Use Active Directory authentication.
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tuntun.aung

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Dear friends,

Please kindly help me.
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opaque

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We are having the same problem after deploying Kerio MailServer 6.1.0.

After a while, Mailserver.exe uses 94MB of RAM on our 2.8GHz HT Server, 1GB RAM.

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winkelman

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Why exactly is this a problem? I mean, under 100Mb RAM usage is not that much. There does not seem to be anything wrong.

I suspect the server is just caching files etc. during actual use.

PS: My mailserver is currently at ~150Mb RAM in a 512Mb server...

[Updated on: Mon, 01 August 2005 10:19]

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opaque

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Doesn't seem very memory efficient compared to other solutions. IMail only used about 30-40MB of RAM. It's the second largest app - I can understand why SQL Server wants 150MB of RAM. I'm just wondering if this is by design or if it's a memory leak like Microsoft's Volume Shadow Copy service.

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