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    Post How to do setup clustering in Rhel4

    I had two server which has RHEL4 os and zcs 4.5.10 Network editon trial version setup

    I want to do clustering in them, How to do that. Is ther any steps that i can follow ?

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    Hi,

    Thanks for ur reply


    I am running opensource zcs 4.5.10 version on rhel5 with 100 mailbox in production envirnoment .

    Now if i want to setup network edition zcs 4.5.10 in cluster envirnoment
    on rhel4

    then I need to migrate all the 100 account into that.

    Is it possible? and what what drill i need to do ???

    can u explain step by step

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    Hi,


    For Doing clustering of zimbra on RHEL4, we require Redhat clustering suite
    which is not possilbe. Since we don't have subscribtion of RHEL4.

    1) So can we do zimbra clustering on Fedora 6 or fedora 7 or any other opensource OS ????????

    2) I had setup Network editon trial zcs 4.5.10 on rhel5, but zimbra clustering suite is not available on rhel5

    what is alternate option possible ??????


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    For NE installation you will have to use a supported platform. The list is available here :- http://www.zimbra.com/products/downloads.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by chandu View Post
    what is alternate option possible ??????
    The only currently supported platform for NE clustering is RHCS4.
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    Hi,

    Thanks for reply,

    I had curently setup, opensource zcs 4.5.10 on rhel5

    and

    if i setup network edition 4.5.10 on open suse os with clustering

    then

    is it possible to migrate all mailbox to open suse os

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    As Phoenix has said the only supported NE version with cluster is RHCS4.

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    Thanks for reply, phoenix

    Is beowulf clustering suite or any other clustering suite other than Red hat clustering suite are supported by zimbra NE.








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    I believe not as that is why RHCS4 is the only certified one for NE.

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