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Strange Error
I've had ispcp 1.06 running in production for over a year now.

Just got the wierdest error in the maillogs:

Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [HTML::Entities] WAS NOT FOUND !
Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [Crypt::CBC] WAS NOT FOUND !
Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [Crypt::Blowfish] WAS NOT FOUND !
Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [DBI] WAS NOT FOUND !
Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [DBD::mysql] WAS NOT FOUND !
Aug 4 10:22:42 dovecot: auth(default): CRITICAL ERROR: Module [HTML::Entities] WAS NOT FOUND !


I have all these modules installed. After the errors repeated a few times, they dissappeared.

It does not look like anything unusual was happening at the time. Just standard IMAP logins, etc. Users using PLAIN auth at the time (including myself), received failed attempts. But a few minutes later, successfully connected.

There should be no cron jobs or updates running at that time.
08-05-2011 03:51 AM
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RE: Strange Error
Oh, I think I am getting close to figuring it out.

Looks like I ran out of memory and then the modules weren't able to be called.

Now I just need to figure out what ate all the memory!
08-05-2011 05:02 AM
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RE: Strange Error
(08-05-2011 05:02 AM)edeis Wrote:  Oh, I think I am getting close to figuring it out.

Looks like I ran out of memory and then the modules weren't able to be called.

Now I just need to figure out what ate all the memory!

With this command you'll get list of processes sorted by memory ocupation
Code:
ps -e -orss=,args= | sort -b -k1,1n | pr -TW$COLUMNS
08-09-2011 05:23 PM
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