I have a Debian 4.0.1 server that I have tried previously tried upgrading (long long ago) to 4.0.2, 4.0.3, 4.0.4 but the upgrades always failed, so I've had to roll back. I guess I didn't roll back exactly right because I have version conflicts. The admin console says I'm at version 4.0.1 but zmcontrol -v says I'm at 4.0.4.
I am at the point where I must upgrade this box. Actually, what I want to do it move all domains/users to new NE servers that we have purchased. But we are running them with Dapper and there is not dapper version of 4.0.1 to do the migration as suggested in the wiki. So I want to try to get the existing server to 4.5 on debian then move the zimbra dir to the new servers. so I'm going to attempt to upgrade to 4.5 but i want the upgrade to think it's going from 4.0.1 and not 4.0.4 because I recall an error about missing columns in the MySQL. I think the upgrade was not able to alter the mysql correctly but it thinks there should be a column there.
So bottom line, how do I force the server to think it's 4.0.1 again?