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    Default Can Move Old Stats From Old Server to New?

    When we upgraded one of our systems to 5.0.4, we did so first by going from 32-bit 4.5.11 to 64-bit 4.5.11 on a second physical server.

    The stats on the new server show only the history from the install.

    Can we copy over the stats from the old server somehow?

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    LMStone,

    Certain historical ones are held in dated directories under /opt/zimbra/zmstat, of the top of my head, so these should be okay to copy across. There are also the ones held in the zimbra_logger MySQL database which IIRC are under /opt/zimbra/zmlogger/db (near enough ) so these ones would need to be dumped and then merged into your current database.

    Perhaps Mike or Bill know a better way of doing this and would like to share with us

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