pbielkiewiczSame thing happened here after upgrading. For me the problem was massive amounts of logs coming in to the tune of 200k + per hour. Check out System > Statistics and see if this is the culprit. Then head over to Agent > Event Log Settings to adjust. This also quickly blew up my poor SQL express 4gb limit and I've since had fun moving to SQL standard (yeah yeah i know should have done this sooner).
arobarExactly the same here. After the upgrade we had VNC generating a quarter million alerts each hour from one PC. Check the statistics page like pbielkiewicz said. If you see several thousand pending alerts, clear them, and use the "Peak machines generating event logs last hour" check button to see where they're coming from. Resolve the issue (for us it required a reinstall of the agent and VNC), reboot your Kaseya server, and you should be OK.
KRiSXPending Alerts 667171 and it seems to vary/hover around that number
arobarOK, clear those out using the "clear" button.
Then use the "check" button on the same page to see which machine(s) are generating so many bloody alerts. Login to those machines and check their event logs. If it's the same thing we saw, it'll just be pages upon pages of WinVNC alerts.
Use Kaseya to issue a VNC uninstall.
Use Add/Remote in the client's Control Panel to remove the Kaseya agent.
Re-install the agent.