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0009561New issuesServerpublic2017-03-11 01:29
ReporteremilevirusAssigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityrandom
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformR7 (build 11186) OSDebian OS Version8.0
Summary0009561: Linux Server can't read files after a while
Description

Linux Server can't read files after a while if many resources are reading/writing files. It's very random. The server fails to (re)start resources while this is happening. It says the resource restarted successfully, but it's like if the resource was empty. Also, SQLite stops working. The only way to fix this is to stop all resources using files.

Here's logs of what it does when it happens: http://pastebin.com/McFnsLib

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ccw

2017-03-10 21:31

administrator   ~~0025694

Last edited: 2017-03-10 21:31

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I would guess a resource is opening too many files. To view the file handles, use these Linux commands:

Get the pid of the MTA server:
pidof mta-server
or
pidof mta-server64

Then enter the following, replacing ??? with the pid number:
ls -l /proc/???/fd

emilevirus

2017-03-11 01:29

viewer   ~~0025699

http://pastebin.com/DAGhcMn4

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