Cyrus Deadblocking

From: Teresa (no email)
Date: Mon Dec 15 2008 - 04:50:24 EST

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    Hi all,

    since yesterday i have strange behavier of my productive mail server, and i
    cannt find the reason for 2 days allready.

    I didnt changed anything lately, but yesterday my cyrus starts rise cpu
    load up to 100% and after some time it stop responding. Mostly its a lmtp
    process, but it happends to pop3 also, or to imapd process self.

    What helps - restart. There is nothing in the log what would show the
    problem.

    All sendmail processes, as they use smmapd for local delivery are blocked
    also.

    Ca. 2 weeks ago i updated glibc to 2.9 version. But it worked this two
    weeks fine. I am on gentoo box.

    [ebuild R ] sys-libs/db-4.6.21_p3-r1 USE="-bootstrap -doc -java -nocxx
    -tcl -test" 0 kB
    [ebuild R ] sys-libs/glibc-2.9_p20081201 USE="gd (multilib) nls -debug
    -glibc-compat20 -glibc-omitfp (-hardened) -profile (-selinux) -vanilla" 0
    kB
    [ebuild R ] net-mail/cyrus-imapd-2.3.13 USE="idled pam ssl tcpd
    (-drac) -kerberos -kolab -nntp -replication -snmp" 0 kB

    I use squater, sieve, imap and pop3. Ipurge starts from cron time to time.
    If cyrus goes in to the blocking state, and i manualy start ipurge i get
    message about how much messages will be deleted, how much scanned and etc.
    but process self never get to promt back.

    I understand that this description doesnt provide any usefull information,
    that will help identify problem. If i could identify it, i would already
    fix it probably. But its my last hope, maybe someone can point me whats
    wrong ?

    -- 
    Teresa
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