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    Default DBD::mysql::st execute failed

    hi all,

    the following error (repeated) has appeared in my /tmp/logswatch.out

    DBD::mysql::st execute failed: MySQL server has gone away at /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmlogger line 169, <> line 601019.
    and my backups have stopped on 4.51ne rhel4-x86_64 (with plenty disk space)

    i restarted zimbra but this error has reappeared
    has any body seen this before i did a quick search with no luck.

    Thanks,
    Padraig.

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    Default reboot

    rebooted server it seems ok now
    looks like mysql ran out of memory
    the system swap was very high(~50%) just before the reboot.
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    There was a fix for zmlogger that addresses this error in 4.5.6. Do you have any indications what other processes were running when the memory usage spiked on your system?
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    Thanks Brian,
    not sure what caused the spike will try to upgrade to 4.5.6

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