[Tickets #14550] Re: Active sync via outlook resulting in memory exhausted

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Sun Jan 8 16:38:31 UTC 2017


Ticket-URL: https://bugs.horde.org/ticket/14550
  Ticket           | 14550
  Aktualisiert Von | michael.klein at hypaerion.net
  Zusammenfassung  | Active sync via outlook resulting in memory exhausted
  Warteschlange    | Horde Framework Packages
  Typ              | Bug
  Status           | Feedback
  Priorität        | 2. Medium
  Milestone        |
  Patch            |
  Zuständige       | Michael Rubinsky

michael.klein at hypaerion.net (2017-01-08 16:38) hat geschrieben:

I have setup a new sync with a new device. But the only thing i see until the

HORDE[5838]: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried  
to allocate 150994944 bytes) [pid 5838 on line 1090 of  

Can i send you the log file so you can have a look? I really can not  
find anything :-(

>>>> Do you have any hint where i can find the message maybe in the log
>>>> file? Unfortunately i do not now which mail is causing this.
>>> If you know which device it is at least, you can enable a per-device
>>> activesync debug log. It would be the last message attempted to be
>>> sent.
>>> If you don't know the device, you can instead try the consolidated
>>> debug log and hope we can figure it out from there.
>>> Looking at where the process dies, it is probably an email with some
>>> type of TNEF attachment.
>>>>> Please provide a sample email that triggers this error.
>> It looks like it is not dying but still trying to do the sync.
> Well, when the memory is exhausted, the running process dies and the  
> sync must restart.
>> The only thing i can find is this error message:
>> Previous request processing for synckey
>> {58608cf6-006c-4922-b379-4ed95e72af70}123 failed to be accepted by
>> the client, removing previous state and trying again.
> Correct. This indicates a previous attempt failed since the client  
> is sending an older synckey.
>> The Client is Outlook 2016

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