Wednesday, November 22, 2017, 13:40
Solution ID: 00000307
accept() returned invalid socket (Numerical result out of range), try again
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Using the server console, if you see the message "accept() returned invalid socket" in /var/log/pmlog, this usually indicates the server does not have sufficient memory to service the number of concurrent mail threads.
Perfectmail: accept() returned invalid socket (Numerical result out of range), try again Nov 22 19:20:45 myserver last message repeated 10 times
Consider increasing your server memory. A busy PerfectMail server may require 4Gb of memory, or more.
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Updated: Wednesday, November 22, 2017, 13:40
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