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    Default Error Out of RPC Cache

    I have the Zimbra desktop setup and it opens to the inbox as it should but, when I click on any of the tabs like calendar, tasks, documents, and options it gives the error out of RPC cache. Has anyone had this problem or know what it means by RPC cache?

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    known issue, and already fixed in code.

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    If it is fixed then why am i getting the error and how do I stop it?

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    That was Bug 29445 - Out of RPC cache msg in AJAX client > Bug 30202 - offline: "Out of RPC cache" error during sync (fixed for a future release).

    Welcome to the forums though - you should be fine by restarting the prism instance & background service-

    Linux:
    cd /home/user/zimbra/zdesktop (go to install directory)
    ./zdesktop start

    Windows:
    Start > Run (or win-r)
    services.msc
    Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop Service
    Toggle stop/start

    Mac:
    cd ~/zimbra/zdesktop (go to install directory)
    launchctl start com.zimbra.zdesktop

    Or reboot

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    ok thanks for the help

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    Default RPC Cache

    for what it's worth...ADD more memory to your server...

    looks like when Zimbra is using more than 50% server memory, you start getting this error. from my experience, when you get to 75% memory being used, you really get this error.

    Add Memory and this error goes away... So far, Zimbra has not errored out yet.
    I'm am running Zimbra Network Edition 7xB.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcottone View Post
    for what it's worth...ADD more memory to your server..
    This is a Zimbra Desktop question and it's over two years old and it's been resolved in the ZD code. .
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    Bill


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    Well the same thing is happening in the web client in 7.0 since we upgraded to 7.0 - So is this a new issue or resolved?

    I think this may be the thread to look at for web client:
    Out Of RPC Cache Error
    - SLM -

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