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    Default [SOLVED] Failed Migration 6.0.10 Ubuntu 6.06 -> 8.04 32bit

    In anticipation of moving our production server form Ubuntu 6.06 (32b) to 10.04(64), I've been trying to migrate our test server(fully functional) from 6.06 to 8.04 (don't have 64 bit hardware available at test site so have to go to 8.04 32 bit).

    I have tried both the of the following methods:
    Moving ZCS to New Server - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Network Edition: Moving from 32-bit to 64-bit Server - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Either way, I end up with mailboxd not running. The only error information I have been able to locate in the logs comes form zmmailboxd.out:

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    Zimbra server reserving server socket port=110 bindaddr=null ssl=false
    Zimbra server reserving server socket port=995 bindaddr=null ssl=true
    Fatal error: exception while binding to ports
    java.net.SocketException: Unbound server sockets not implemented
    I have tried with a new hostname,and with the exact same hostname/IP. DNS tests answer correctly (DNS is served by local MS server and modified accordingly).

    I have scoured the forums but have yet been able to find a solution.
    OS on new machine appears ok, ,as fresh install will operate fine. Only after copying over data from old machine and appying ldap etc is it broken...

    This server is using self signed certs, so I wouldn't' think that should cause the problem, but as the error appears after the reserving port 995 message I wonder if it is related...
    Last edited by mbert; 02-23-2011 at 03:41 PM.

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    I'll move this thread to the correct forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by mbert View Post
    This server is using self signed certs, so I wouldn't' think that should cause the problem,....
    I'd check if the certificates have expired first (they probably need to be regenerated) then some of these posts: site:zimbra.com +"Unbound server sockets not implemented" +solved - Yahoo! Search Results
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    Excellent thanks. Not sure how I missed those, but this one put me on the right path:
    [SOLVED] Trouble upgrading from 4.5.6 to 5.0.5: Unbound server sockets not implemente

    As in the above thread I had to mv /opt/zimbra/mailboxd/etc/keystore before recreating a new self signed cert follwing these instructions:
    Administration Console and CLI Certificate Tools - Zimbra :: Wiki

    After zmcontrol restart, everything works now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbert View Post
    After zmcontrol restart, everything works now.
    Glad you've fixed it.
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