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Thread: [SOLVED] zimbra 100% cpu/hdd/freeze on starting server

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    Default [SOLVED] zimbra 100% cpu/hdd/freeze on starting server

    Hey guys, finally sorted out split-horizon DNS, zimbra installs perfectly until i get to "Starting Servers..." and then my harddrive light is pretty much permanently on, i cannot hear the hard drive seeking randomly but it may be seeking sequentially, and the vmware image becomes totally unresponsive after waiting 10 minutes of nothing happening requring a force restart.

    Upon restarting same thing happens. If i uninstall zimbra I get control of the Pc back..

    Any ideas? I have no idea what the heck is goin on..

    Cheers

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    How much memory do you have allocated to the VM ?

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    it was 512. I jacked it up to 1.5GB and zimbra runs fine. thanks buddy

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    Certainly according to the system requirements PDF the minimum for testing/evaluation is 1GB and for Production 2GB but ideally 4GB. Glad you are up and running now

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