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Build 7879 Notes
Question asked by J Lee - 7/28/2021 at 5:12 PM
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Hi All

Please post your experience with updating to 7879. 

J. Sebastian Lee Service2Client LLC 6333 E Mockingbird Ste 147 Dallas, TX 75214 - 877.251.3273

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Ron Raley Replied
+1 Subscribed
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Ed Welch Replied
No issues.
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J Lee Replied
We have made the update, and no issues at the moment, the update did not fix our CPU issue.

J. Sebastian Lee Service2Client LLC 6333 E Mockingbird Ste 147 Dallas, TX 75214 - 877.251.3273

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Sébastien Riccio Replied
Subscribed and not yet applied the update, but will have to asap because of the IMAP read status fix.
No rollback, so we're hesitating at the moment.
Restoring a full backup in case of issues would result in some data loss and is not an option for a rollback but only for disaster recovery.
Sébastien Riccio
System & Network Admin

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Updated now... I will update this post later
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Not a real issue so far, more an advice: after updating to the new v. 7879, in VIRUSES CAUGHT the graph doesn't show the old statistics.

Only new statistics are shown in the graph:
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echoDreamz Replied
We violated our week rule (for a few bug fixes we reported) and installed this build. No issues to report thus far.
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J Lee Replied
Hi All

It does appear that build 7879 has helped to decrease our CPU usage a little, but it looks to be about 10% down. The overall is still up by 45% since build 7845. Starting to think this might be the culprit "Upgraded EAS to version 16.1". We have a number of EAS and MAPI clients. 

J. Sebastian Lee Service2Client LLC 6333 E Mockingbird Ste 147 Dallas, TX 75214 - 877.251.3273

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Ron Raley Replied
J Lee,

For what it's worth you may be correct because we do not have EAS setup/configured... and are not experiencing any CPU issues.

We do however use MAPI.

Have a great weekend!

Thanks,
Ron
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Sabatino Replied
I have not encountered any problems so far. Installed from about 12h

Only thing, I had to restart the services after installation because I could not enter the web interface
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Ben Rowland Replied
I upgraded to 7879 last night and things have been running smoothly so far. Spool is normal, CPU is normal.
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Ron Raley Replied
I suspect that this update or the one before it slowed our initial load time of the login screen approx 2 seconds.

Anyone agree?
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Hi Ron, we have not seen any slowdowns whatsoever...

The loading of the page takes more or less 1 second (our server is in a datacenter in France, while we are in Italy)
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viv burrows Replied
No slowdown at all, initial loading
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Ron Raley Replied
We are blazing fast.  Please disregard my concern on initial load time.

Sometimes there are so many variables like home internet, wifi, routers, etc.

Thanks!
Ron

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