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    Default Migrate from Zimbra 6.0.10 32Bit to Zimbra latest 64 Bit

    Hello Forum,

    we have an old Zimbra 6.0.10 network edition installation currently up and running and would like to change the system architecture to a new system.
    The old system is running SLES 10 (32bit) based.

    The new system should be the latest Zimbra version (network edition) installed on an ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit (as kvm guest) system.

    My question is: is there a recommended way for such a migration. Are there does and doníts? Are there any known pitfalls and how can I avoid them?
    Any hint is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewuewu View Post
    My question is: is there a recommended way for such a migration. Are there does and don’ts? Are there any known pitfalls and how can I avoid them?
    Any hint is appreciated.
    You could have found this with a forum search, there is a Zimbra certified article in the wiki for moving your installation from a 32bit to 64bit server - read the details in that.
    Last edited by phoenix; 09-04-2012 at 08:43 AM.
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