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    hi,

    had anyone have the experience with mondorescue to create a standby zimbra NE?

    i had created a iso of my zimbra NE with mondorescue and i would like to create a standby zimbra NE on my vmware vsphere 4.1 environment. The standby server would use the same storage as in /opt/zimbra from the main zimbra NE.

    any suggestion on what i should do next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malayo View Post
    hi,

    had anyone have the experience with mondorescue to create a standby zimbra NE?

    i had created a iso of my zimbra NE with mondorescue and i would like to create a standby zimbra NE on my vmware vsphere 4.1 environment. The standby server would use the same storage as in /opt/zimbra from the main zimbra NE.

    any suggestion on what i should do next?
    The only supported method for NE versions is RHCS.
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    on centos 5, how would i configure that?

    would be enough to have another centos 5 VM and configure RHCS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malayo View Post
    on centos 5, how would i configure that?
    You wouldn't.

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    would be enough to have another centos 5 VM and configure RHCS?
    No, it wouldn't. As I mentioned above, the only supported version is RHCS - you would need to install Red Hat Cluster Services and obviously that requires Red Hat operating systems not CentOS. Anything else for NE customers is not supported.
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