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    delerium34 is offline New Member
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    Default Manually create MySql Schema

    Hi everyone,

    I had issue in the installation on of the Mysql schema (grant permission) and I need to create it manually.

    Is there any ways to do so?

    Thanks!

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    momohteks is offline Senior Member
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    See if zmmyinit can fit your needs.

    PLEASE TEST CAREFULLY BEFORE USE ON PRODUCTION

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    delerium34 is offline New Member
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    Hi momohteks,

    Thanks for your answer, it's exactly what I was looking for.

    But for an unknown reason, mySql permissions was not ok...

    Solution: I drop CentOS, ask my server provider to install Ubuntu and reinstall! I took 20 mins and I got a working Zimbra!

    Thanks for your insight, appreciated.

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