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    Default /tmp/.swatch_script.nnnn file not closing

    Just upgraded to 5.0.11 and have ran into one problem so far. On restarting the services I ran into this issue:
    Code:
    zimbra@email:~$ zmcontrol status
    Host email.pyxislab.com
            antispam                Running
            antivirus               Running
            ldap                    Running
            logger                  Running
            mailbox                 Stopped
                    zmmailboxdctl is not running.
            mta                     Running
            snmp                    Running
            spell                   Running
            stats                   Running
    zimbra@email:~$ zmcontrol stop
    Host email.pyxislab.com
            Stopping stats...Done
            Stopping mta...Done
            Stopping spell...Done
            Stopping snmp...Done
            Stopping archiving...Done
            Stopping antivirus...Done
            Stopping antispam...Done
            Stopping imapproxy...Done
            Stopping mailbox...Done
            Stopping logger...Done
            Stopping ldap...Done
    zimbra@email:~$ exit
    logout
    root@email:~# ps -ef | grep zimbra
    zimbra    5274     1  0 02:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/perl /tmp/.swatch_script.5155
    zimbra    5357  5274  0 02:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/perl /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmlogger
    root      9636  4754  0 02:05 pts/0    00:00:00 grep zimbra
    Upon killing the perl script running the /tmp/.swatch_script.* the other one dies and Zimbra will then start up fine.

    Here is the script that is left running: swatch_script.txt

    Anybody have an idea what is going on here? As far as I can tell from the log files there is nothing relevant in them.

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    Check permissions on /var/log/zimbra.log that it is owned by zimbra:zimbra.

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    Ah thank you very much, I also ran system updates at the same time and it looks like the logger got updated and changed pretty much all the logs to syslog:adm.

    Edit: Will test tonight to verify that this fixed it but seems likely that it has.

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    Default It sounds like this might be your problem

    I'm pretty sure this problem is the same one described here ZMLogger Fails to Stop

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    Thanks for the input, haven't yet gotten a chance to test this to see if it was permissions or not. I will try to get on that tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsnapp View Post
    I'm pretty sure this problem is the same one described here ZMLogger Fails to Stop
    Yup. Same thing
    Cheers,

    Dan

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