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    Default Migrate 6.0.6 32-bits to 64-bits

    Hello,

    I'am trying to migrate our server to a 64-bits host with the following guide Network Edition: Moving from 32-bit to 64-bit Server - Zimbra :: Wiki

    My problem is that I could not backup the LDAP config database. I obtain the following error message when I use the command line /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmslapcat -c /backup as zimbra

    Error message :
    mkdir: invalid option -- c
    Try `mkdir --help' for more information
    -c/ldap.bak.2011....: No such file or directory
    cp: invalid option -- /
    Try `cp --help' for more information

    Could you help ?

    Best Regards,

    Jean-Michel PATER

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    You're obviously not following the documentation correctly, this procedure works and has been successfully used by many people. What is the exact command you entered that gave that error?
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    Default Migrate 6.0.6 32-bits to 64-bits

    Hello Bill,

    Please find the command lines bellow
    [root@hercules ~]# su - zimbra
    [zimbra@hercules ~]$ /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmslapcat -c /backup
    mkdir: invalid option -- c
    Try `mkdir --help' for more information.
    -c/ldap.bak.20110728090953: No such file or directory
    cp: invalid option -- /
    Try `cp --help' for more information.

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    It works for me, are you actually using a bash shell?
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    Yes it is a bash shell.

    I will try to first upgrade to the last version of Zimbra.

    Best Regards,

    Jean-Michel PATER

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    Do you know about the zextras suite ? Is it a reliable product ?

    Best Regards,

    Jean-Michel PATER

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    Hello Bill,

    It works with the last Zimbra version.

    Best Regards,

    Jean-Michel PATER

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpater View Post
    It works with the last Zimbra version.
    Glad that worked for you, I can only assume there was a problem with your version of Zimbra although I can't remember there being one.
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