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    Default How to promote Zimbra Ldap Master to Replica?

    Zimbra Version: NE 6.0.12
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    Well, that's more a "demote" than "promote".

    The instructions at Promoting Replica to LDAP Master - Zimbra :: Wiki will tell you how to get from a replica to a master.

    It also says to disable the old master at that time. So if you're trying to demote, you will need to make sure you have a new master in place, and then turn off the old master. You will want to remove the LDAP packages from Zimbra, and then re-install LDAP as though you are adding it as a brand new slave into the environment.
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    There is a process without reinstall zimbra ldap package?

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    well, i solve it. Restoring (replica) config files (backup before promoting to master) and deleting all files from hdb/db exept DB_CONFIG. When zmibra start, ldap resync with the ldap master.

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