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    Unhappy Broken after one day running 4.5.7!

    After upgrading 4.5.5 to 4.5.7 on Fedora Core 5 Zimbra ran fine for aprox. one day and then we've noticed the POP3 / IMAP services stopped responding. After restarting Zimbra (and even the operating system) a few times we've got still the same situation. I ran install.sh again to let it 'upgrade' the installation (hoping it would fix something), but to no avail.

    I can't find anything similar to this situation in the forum. Could somebody please help me out?

    Thanks!

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    Can you post your logs or more info?
    We'd love to help, but need more info

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    Welcome to the forums,
    As I see this is your first post, a list of important logfiles can be found here: /docs/ne/latest/administration_guide/9_Monitoring.12.1.html#1075561
    The one we're mainly interested in is /opt/zimbra/log/mailbox.log
    (followed by /var/log/zimbra.log)

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    It's just what I think, 4.5.7 is quite unstable for any OS. Is the 4.5.8 release better?

    Would it hurt so much if you stay in 4.5.6?

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    Actually I have found just the opposite (in a couple dozen installs). 4.5.7 is a much better overall release then previous releases. There is the stats issue, which will be fixed (I think I saw that in the latest bug entry). The Tomcat in 4.5.7 is just so much better then previous versions.

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    Much better but something eats much more CPU...


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    We would very much value your input on 4.5.7

    If you find any issues, please let us know. Most issues occur because of pre-existing, previously unknown problems.

    457 does a lot to make tomcat more stable.

    not sure about the CPU. Can yo identify which procs are causing this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jholder View Post
    not sure about the CPU. Can yo identify which procs are causing this?
    I'll dig a bit more : not all servers show this, it might be related to a OS update.

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