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    dundas is offline New Member
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    Default Configuring Zimbra to be installed in different directory

    I think Zimbra looks like a really great collaboration software. I however can't figure out how to get it installed on our servers (we use Amazon's EC2). The problem is that server or image only has about 6GB of virtual space (3 GB remaining) which is not enough to install Zimbra, but there is a mounted drive under /mnt that has approx 150 GB.

    I have tried the change both the install.sh file as well as the globals file in the utils folder to point to /mnt/opt but the installation is still checking the server's main space.

    Can anyone help me understand how to install Zimbra in a directory other than /opt - preferably /mnt/opt?

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    You could probably create a symlinked directory for zimbra to install into.

    mkdir /opt (if it doesnt already exist)
    ln -s /mnt/zimbra /opt/zimbra

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    Thanks I figured out how to increase the partition size. Zimbra is awesome but I really wish it allowed you to get under the hood a bit more.

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