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    Default zimbra-Memcache and zimbra-Proxy Mode

    Hello all,
    I'm using Zimbra Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL4_20090911162108 CentOS4 FOSS edition and when i upgrade from old-version i see that there are 2-option (memcache and proxy mode).
    By default, There are not 2-option in my server, and Do i need install 2-option so that increase my server performance?
    Thank
    Vinh

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    My practice:
    zimbra proxy send request to memcached on LDAP server. If memcached not installed on zimbra-ldap server - proxy-server have a very-low speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by himoi View Post
    Hello all,
    I'm using Zimbra Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL4_20090911162108 CentOS4 FOSS edition and when i upgrade from old-version i see that there are 2-option (memcache and proxy mode).
    By default, There are not 2-option in my server, and Do i need install 2-option so that increase my server performance?
    Thank
    Vinh
    No, you should not install the proxy (or memcache) on a single server install.
    Regards


    Bill


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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    No, you should not install the proxy (or memcache) on a single server install.
    Thank for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    No, you should not install the proxy (or memcache) on a single server install.
    Can I safely and easily un-install them then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonallport View Post
    Can I safely and easily un-install them then?
    You shouldn't have them installed in the first place and doing so usually causes problems. Yes, you should be able to remove them with the following:

    Check if the proxy is installed/running:

    Code:
    zmproxyctl status
    zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep zimbraServiceEnabled
    zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep zimbraServiceInstalled
    If it's in, then run this:

    Code:
    zmproxyctl stop
    zmprov ms `zmhostname` -zimbraServiceEnabled imapproxy
    zmcontrol stop
    zmcontrol start
    To reset the ports run the following (on one line):

    Code:
    zmprov -l ms `zmhostname` zimbraPop3BindPort 110 zimbraPop3SSLBindPort 995 zimbraPop3ProxyBindPort 7110 zimbraPop3SSLProxyBindPort 7995 zimbraImapBindPort 143 zimbraImapSSLBindPort 993 zimbraImapProxyBindPort 7143 zimbraImapSSLProxyBindPort 7993
    then restart.
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