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    I have a ZCS server which has 10G memory. The server is running Ubuntu 8.04 and ZCS 5.0.18. All ZCS services are running. There are about 500 accounts. After every reboot, ZCS will use all 10G memory in less than a week. How can I configure Zimbra without rebooting it for releasing the memory?

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    this is a linux thing by design. memory is great, much better than disk for access speed. if it has it, linux will use it for caching stuff and what not. of course that doesn't mean it needs all 10gigs, and it will glady give up memory should an application really need it.

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    To bdial. Thanks. I know this is about Linux. But, will this cause out-of-memory problem? According to this article, http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...ge_Deployments , what do you suggest to configure for my system?

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    post the output of free -m

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