install.sh works completely on stock Debian testing AMD64 system
This just in from the "Out on the Fringe" Department: In an effort to get more familiar with java by mucking with a useful application, I can now:
successfully on a stock Debian "testing" AMD64 sytem. All "third party apps" are already installed on other machines in the network; and so I am integrating zimbra into, for example, an already running Openldap server (done) and a functional Exim mta (works with ldap, now to support zimbra's use of ldap). Is this of interest to anyone else?
Problems on Debian etch, AMD64
I am struggeling for a long time now with Zimbra. Can you please elaborate a little more on the following?
- I had serious OutOfMemory issues with JDK for amd64. Even after adding "-Xms2g -Xmx5g" java did not run in all cases. I finally reverted to JDK for 586, had you any luck with 64 bit java?
- I could never successfully run "bin/zmcertinstall" - to install the certificates (after bin/zmcreateca and bin/zmcreatecert). I keep getting an error about mismatch keys. Do you know anything about this?
- If I comment out the certificate parts in slapd.conf (TLS*), and remove "ldaps://" from bin/ldap, I can't seem to get java to recognize the LDAP server's port. Any idea?
- Finally, because I am having so much troubles with the Zimbra LDAP - can you give a short explanation on how to tell Zimbra to use a different LDAP server (i.e. Debian's pkg)? I am not a system admin, I am a Linux programmer, so go easy on that one :-))