I have a Unity 3.12 system running on a Win2k server w/ Exchange 2k on the box as well. AD is running on another server. Over the last few weeks Unity stops working and delivers a message that the system is unavailable or something to that affect.
All the services are running, however, when I right click on the Unity icon in the applet tray it does no respond.
The only thing I have found that will restart the system is rebooting he box. I am wondering if the box has a memory leak. Has anyone else experienced anything similiar? Any resolution.
I have a couple of other sites running 2.46 w/o this problem and at least one other 3.1 system as well.
Well, there's a lot of a reasons a box may become unresponsive - memory leaks are one of them. There have been a number of them fixed over recent releases but they were never so bad as to tak boxes down that quickly - what frequency is your box getting into this state? When you call in and get the failsafe conversation (the "I'm sorry, I can't talk to you now..." prompt) it'll log one or more errors in the application event log. Taking a look at those might give a clue here. Also, when the box is in this state, reporting the memory usage based on each service in the service control manager would be helpful.
It seems to happen every two weeks or so. I have noticed that if I reboot every week or so it doesn't happen. I am just concerned as I have not experienced this as frequently as I have w/ this particular install.
3.1(5) will be available for ordering September 6th.
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