This would seem to be a completely different problem.
Is there a specific page that crashes the server? If there
is, please post it, so we can have a developer reproduce the
If Voyager just crashes over prolonged use, watch your memory
and see if it’s getting depleted. That’s the most likely
And unfortunately, no, there is no option to run an application
that can’t be terminated. A core dump is the natural result
of firstly, the process being terminated due to an illegal operation,
and secondly, the dumper process writing a dump file to /var/dumps
for later analysis.
bill <email@example.com> wrote:
: I have a similar problem with voyager browser and vserver. After using the
: browser for a few minutes, it seems to hang.
: I have NOT changed my shell.
: Also, I happened to switch to a pterm window and noticed that vserver core
: What is causing vserver to core dump? Can I restart vserver with a
: different option to keep it from core dumping?
: Anyone have any ideas?
: “Alain Bonnefoy” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
:> It seems that there is some problems with voyager.server.
:> The first one is the speed I think!
:> But it seems to be unable to do anything after I click on a http link in a
: message in vmail.
:> vmail still works but when you click on an unreaded header, vmail answer
: ‘Fetch complete’ and that’s it.
:> To solve the problem I slay voyager.server and restart vmail.
:> I encountered some other situations where vmail only answer ‘Fetch
: complete’ whitout doing anything when I try to get an article but I don’t
: know how it happens.
:> Thanks Alain.