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Thread: Upgrade from 5.0.16 to 5.0.18 "hanging" on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS 32bit

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    gagga is offline Intermediate Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    Make sure all Zimbra processes have died before running the upgrade.
    There is no zimbra process running (please see my first post). I even rebooted the machine and as the installation is broken from the install attempt it could not even restart any zimbra process.

    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    When you call bash you can also add -x before the install.sh so that you can actually see what is happening in the script. Why run bash ./install.sh anyway ? It should already have execute permissions on it. So just run as ./install.sh.
    I did not run "bash ./install.sh" but just "./install.sh". The "/bin/bash ./install.sh" you are referring to is the output from "ps ax".
    So I believe it is a problem of the install.sh script itself (at least when run on Ubuntu 8.04)

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    I upgraded from 5.0.16 to 5.0.18 and it succeeded for me.

    Also running Ubuntu 8.04 up to date on patches.

    Oh, and before going to 5.0.18 I did the java patch first.

    However after running for better than a full day, the server has gone unresponsive. I'll start another thread for this issue. Not even respondable via ping.

    -Joe

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