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Old 8th March 2013, 16:06
huey23 huey23 is offline
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OK, I think I have narrowed down the issue to the startup script. The problem is this:

When I run "/etc/init.d/mailscanner restart" I get the message "None found, None killed". Even though it didn't kill the running MailScanner tasks, it starts new ones. Therefore, after a week of that and a restart every night during a specific cron job, on Sunday I have about 20-30 MailScanner processes running which is tearing up the memory and CPU.

What I am seeing is that I am unable to run any "kill" or "killall" commands on the MailScanner processes. I am always getting "no process found".

Does this tut need a new start-stop script? If so, where would I find that?
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