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    Default Zimbra 5.0 and 5.0.1 CPU 100%

    Hello!!

    Last week I did UPDATE for Zimbra 5.0 and I was impressed. You did a good job!

    But I have one problem Regarding performance. My CPU USAGE is 100% .This means that I have restarting the service of ZIMBRA from time to time. Restarting Zimbra sees things calm down for a few minutes but it's soon back at 100%.
    I have 300 users and my Hardware is : 2 Xeon HT 3.06 , 4Gb Ram. Before the Update this problem not occurred.


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    Romulo Giordani Boschetti
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    Do you have any logs that indicate an issue? In particular, please look at zmmailboxd.out

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    I attach my log file. Any ideas ?


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    Our server is experiencing the exact same symptoms - has anything been discovered on this?

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    I thought tomcat was replaced with Jetty in 5.0?

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    Look to the bug comments : the problem seems to be in the JVM.

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    Ah - gotcha.

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