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    Default Upgrade to ZCS OSE 8?

    I have ZCS OSE 7.2.1 Debian 5 64x. May upgrade to ZCS OSE 8?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shalva77 View Post
    May upgrade to ZCS OSE 8?
    Yes, if you want. Read the Release Notes for details of which versions of ZCS 8 are available and what the upgrade procedure would be (the upgrade details are always in the Release notes).
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    I have just gone through the release notes but still having some problem. Testing at the moment.

    Reading the release note again, hope this time, I solve the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s_paul7 View Post
    I have just gone through the release notes but still having some problem. Testing at the moment.
    I'm not a mid reader so if you're having problems then you need to give full details of what you're doing and what results you're getting.
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    Thanks, I'll try to update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes, if you want. Read the Release Notes for details of which versions of ZCS 8 are available and what the upgrade procedure would be (the upgrade details are always in the Release notes).
    Which version to download for Debian 5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shalva77 View Post
    Which version to download for Debian 5?
    There's no ZCS 8.0 Debian version..

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    lol looks like someone didnt really read your initial request ))

    no sorry you cannot do that because debian is sadly not really supported.
    i had to go to ubuntu too and i hate it - but only way if you wanna keep and atp system.

    install a parallel system (i assue u use virtualisation) on ubuntu, dont use 8.0, use the same version as you got for debian.
    use the ident config.
    copy data folder

    testrun the new machine, if everything is fine switch it as prod system
    another night upgrade to 8.0
    cant see another solution


    or wait if they bring a debian release but i doudbt it will happen soon if ever

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    Unfortunately in addition to the mail server many important services, so the change of the system is not possible. I tend to use virtualization.
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    you really should not run anything but zimbra in one logical unit
    so i strongly recommend using kvm or vmware for virtualisation
    make your own zimbra guest
    make your own guest for whatever else or even more than one
    you can run all of em on the same phsyical host

    that way youre also independent of hardwarechanges but you will loose a bit of performance, tweaked right not much
    jsut a hint if you use kvm dont use ext4 as data partitions for your virtual disks , use ext3 just saying )

    you may have more instances to watch and more overhead (more filewalls and so on) but it does absolutly pay off
    for example you can setup a kvm hypervisor within 20 minutes, copy over virtual machines in - depending on networksspeed - few hours - hardwarechange done

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