[SOLVED] not proceed at starting crond

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[SOLVED] not proceed at starting crond

Postby umarzuki » Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:06 pm

after my testing virtualbox debian 5 with zimbra 6 got really slow with only 1 GiB RAM, I changed to 1.5 GiB but it does not proceed further than:

[QUOTE]starting periodic command scheduler: crond[/QUOTE]

not to mention it failed to load openbsd-inetd, so i had to install xinetd instead and enable sadc.
can someone tell me what was wrong? i can still ping the zimbra virtual machine.


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[SOLVED] not proceed at starting crond

Postby umarzuki » Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:18 pm

it loads alright, but slow as hell...
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[SOLVED] not proceed at starting crond

Postby phoenix » Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:47 am

[quote user="umarzuki"]it loads alright, but slow as hell...[/QUOTE]Why is this thread marked as solved? You've probably got a DNS and/or /etc/hosts file configuration problem.
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[SOLVED] not proceed at starting crond

Postby umarzuki » Wed Oct 07, 2009 5:46 am

[quote user="10330phoenix"]Why is this thread marked as solved? You've probably got a DNS and/or /etc/hosts file configuration problem.[/QUOTE]

no such thing
it is just that virtualbox occasionally causing my sytem to slow.

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