On 2013-03-29 12:59, Richard Stupek wrote:
well when all else fails restarting snf seems to have corrected the issue for now.


In that case, it is likely that RAM fragmentation was involved. Dropping the process allowed the fragmentation to be cleared. (theory).

Best,
_M

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