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    Question Cron <root@fs1> run-parts /etc/cron.daily

    I just noticed that I'm getting a strange email in my zimbra admin email account with the following subject

    Cron <root@fs1> run-parts /etc/cron.daily

    and the following body detail;

    /etc/cron.daily/prelink:

    /etc/cron.daily/prelink: line 47: 16278 Aborted /usr/sbin/prelink -av $PRELINK_OPTS >>/var/log/prelink.log 2>&1

    ....has anyone seen anything like this before...and if so...is it bad...or not bad...

    any help with this would be appreciated....

    PS..I'm running zimbra 3.1 on a FC4 server with 2gb of ram and 300 gb sata drive......

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    Have you looked in the /var/log/prelink.log? Here's an answer I found via google, it says about as much as I know.

    You'll probably be getting those emails because they're sent to 'root' and you've probably got an alias set-up on your mail account.
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    prelink will try to optimize the start up or common programs/commands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    prelink will try to optimize the start up or common programs/commands.
    Thanks for the replies....

    So if the prelinks do not work....it does not affect whether or not zimbra is working or not....just the speed at which it works....did I get that right or not..?

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    No effect. In general it really only makes sense for a desktop linux where lots of different programs start/stop each day.
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