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    Default java process is taking 80% memory utilization

    Hi,

    I installed zimbra on sentos. As i monitored the machine with top command it is showing that java process in zimbra is taking 70% memory & CPU utilization. Kindly let me know how to tune zimbra process.

    Thanks
    Hanumant

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    There are some tweaks that can be made, but it's normally fine in the default configuration.

    How much memory do you actually have in the server anyway, and what's the processor power like?

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    Default HI mysqld & java taking 60% to 70% CPU utilization

    2gb of memory, 4gb swap,
    two processors.....

    Also Sending you the out-put of top command---As mysqld & java continuously taking 60% to 70% CPU utilization.

    PID USER %CPU %MEM COMMAND
    442 mysql 69 0.4 mysqld
    780 root 27 10.6 java
    21121 zimbra 65 0.7 java
    11963 root 5 9.6 java
    530 root 4 13.5 java
    13416 zimbra 2 19.2 java

    Thanks & Regards
    Hanumant

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    There is a reason the minimum required RAM for a production environment is 2 GB...

    Zimbra will use the available ram in the system, for example on my system with 4GB of RAM it is using 3.5 GB of it for caching among other things.

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    Hi. Here are a few links that you may have seen already, but might
    be helpful.

    Ajcody-Testing-Debugging - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Performance Tuning Guidelines for Large Deployments - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Do you see the high CPU load shortly upon restarting zimbra, or
    does it seem to run fine (processing normal loads happily)
    and then start burning CPU cycles? Look at
    your log files for entries before and after the CPU kicks up and you
    might find something informative.

    good luck,
    John

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