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Appendix C The zmlocalconfig Settings

Appendix C The zmlocalconfig Settings
This table outlines the zmlocalconfig settings that commonly need to be configured by an administrator.
 
URL to the LDAP master server For example, ldap://master.example.com:389
List of LDAP server URLs for use by this server. For example, ldap://replica.example.com:389 ldap://master.example.com:389.
Note: ldap_url is used for read access only
Password used by the postfix user to identify itself to the LDAP server. It is configured on the MTA server to be the same as the password on the LDAP master server.
To change this password, use opt/zimbra/bin/zmldappasswd[-p] new password
Password used by the LDAP replication user to identify itself to the LDAP master. It must be the same as the password on the LDAP master server.
To change this password, use opt/zimbra/bin/zmldappasswd[-l] new password
Password used by the Nginx server to identify itself to the LDAP server. It is configured to be the same as the replication/Amavis/Postfix passwords on the LDAP master server.
To change this password, use opt/zimbra/bin/zmldappasswd[-n] new password
Password used by the Amavis user to identify itself to the LDAP server. It is configured on the MTA server to be the same as the Posfix/Nginx/replication passwords on the LDAP master server.
Enables/disables the LDAP client in the mailbox server, Postfix, and Amavis servers to communicate with the LDAP server. To disable use of starttls, set this command to 0. To enable use, change the setting to 1.
Percentage of system memory that is used as the maximum Java heap size of the JVM running mailboxd server. The value is usually set to 40 percent.
JVM options that are used when launching the mailboxd server. The ZCS installer enables all the recommended options by default, including the client, NewRatio, MaxPermSize, Djava.awt.headless, and SoftReflRUPolicy
Percentage of system memory that MySQL should use. This value is stored here for use by zmmyconf program. Changing this setting does not immediately reflect in the MySQL server. Using precaution, you should regenerate my.cnf and restart the MySQL server for the change to take effect
Port number on which the MySQL server should listen. The default Zimbra MySQL port is 7306.
Password for MySQL’s built-in ‘root’ user, not to be confused with the Unix root login. As a convenience, during database initialization, a random password is generated and saved in the local config file and in MySQL. To change this password, use the zmmypasswd program. This changes the password saved in both the local config file and in MySQL
This is the password for zimbra_mysql_user. It is stored in the local config file for use by the store application for authentication. To change this password, use the zmmypasswd program which changes the password saved in both the local config file and in MySQL
This is the MySQL user name to create or access Zimbra databases and tables. This value is also used in the -u option of the MySQL command line program
More details about Postfix configuration can be found at http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html

Appendix C The zmlocalconfig Settings

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