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    Default [SOLVED] Java 99%

    After a succesful update Java is eating my CPU up to 99%.
    I already tried to fix it:
    High idle load

    No luck. Any ideas?
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    I know this isn't the right way to fix things, but I took a few steps at the same time.
    I doubled the memory, I'm using two processor instead of one and disabled memory page trimming. After a reboot, the server is back to normal, even better than with Zimbra 6.0.10.
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    Tripple: what appz did you use to see the cpu usage? Thnx...

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    Munin.
    You can add whatever plugin you need.

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