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    hfranco is offline Trained Alumni
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    Default /opt/zimbra disk space growing after upgrade

    I've recently upgrade Zimbra from 7.1.4 to 7.2.3 not long ago successfully.

    My /opt/zimbra mount has been filling up relatively quickly. I never had an issue with the previous version.

    Is there extra verbosity in logging that was turned on in this version or something that has changed?

    Is there anything I need to look at?

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    AFAIK, log files are not set to be any more verbose than previous releases. The log files that are in /opt/zimbra are located in /opt/zimbra/log. Do any of the log files in there seem overly large?
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    @quanah Not at all.

    $ du -sh /opt/zimbra/log
    1.6G /opt/zimbra/log

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    It's appears /opt/zimbra/data is growing at a higher rate than normal. Yesterday it was at 43GB and today it's at 48GB.

    /opt/zimbra/data/mailboxd is the culprit. imap-inactive-session-cache.data is 40GB today while it was at 35GB yesterday.

    Is there a remedy to ceasing the large growth of this file?

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    growth is bounded by imap_inactive_session_cache_size. There is a default size of 10,000 entries; actual size on disk depends on the size of user's mailbox
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    Hello all,
    we faced the same issue here, after upgrade from 6.0.10 to 7.2.3 OSE on Ubuntu 10.04
    We have about 70 users with a message store of about 30 GB.
    In 2 weeks after the upgrade the /opt/zimbra/data/mailboxd/imap-inactive-session-cache.data has grown to about 6 GB with the default value of imap_inactive_session_cache_size=10.000.
    I've deleted the cache files and set imap_inactive_session_cache_size=800 and now after 3 days it seems stable at about 350 MB, quite acceptable I'd say.

    HTH
    Best regards,
    Luca
    Last edited by liuk; 05-31-2013 at 05:08 AM. Reason: typo

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