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Thread: Upgrade 6.0.8 to 7.1.0 Migrate from Ubuntu 8.04 to Ubuntu 10.04

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    Default Upgrade 6.0.8 to 7.1.0 Migrate from Ubuntu 8.04 to Ubuntu 10.04

    Good day lads,

    I have a task to migrate our zimbra to a new server:

    Our current production server is:
    Zimbra 6.0.8, Ubuntu 8.04 64x. (RAID1)
    Our new server is:
    Ubuntu 10.04 64x (RAID10)

    Now what i want to do is:

    1.) Stop zimbra 6.0.8 do a cold rsync -avzH to a new Ubuntu 10.04 /opt/zimbra_restore
    2.) Shutdown Zimbra 6.0.8
    3.) Make sure ip/hostname/all resolving and working on Ubuntu 10.04 (/etc/hosts, hostname, ip are all exactly the same as zimbra 6.0.8 server)
    3.1) Install dependencies libperl5.10 libltdl7
    4.) do a dummy install of 6.0.8 ubuntu 10.04 (./install.sh -s)
    5.) Remove /opt/zimbra
    6.) Rename zimbra_restore into /opt/zimbra
    7.) Run from root zmfixperms -extended
    8.) Run ./install.sh with Zimbra 6.0.8 Ubuntu 10.04 (skip integrity check)
    9.) Then upgrade from 6.0.8 to 7.1.0

    Or should i after step 7 upgrade straight to 7.1.0? Any1 had experience in this kind of tasks?

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    Hi s.vasilyev,

    I was wondering if you managed to get all of this sorted out and if so, which process you did follow.

    Many thanks.

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