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    Default Zimbra 5 on Fedora Core 4 - Upgrade

    Has anyone had any luck insalling Zimbra 5 on Fedora core 4.
    I am running 4.5 on Fedora core 4 and attempted to install the Redhat 5 release as an upgrade but it didn't like it. I didn't investigate it. Has anyone progressed further?

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    There is no 5.0 release for Fedora Core 4. We will have an upgrade process released soon for going from Fedora Core 4 to Fedora 7.

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    Default Hmmm

    Might have to do the big move. Other limitation is my main disk only just has enough space for the upgrade (5G). Might have to move my database over to a latter release (Centos 5)

    Thanks

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    Hi Quanah,

    Has the upgrade process been released yet? Where can I find it?

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by sternfan View Post
    Hi Quanah,

    Has the upgrade process been released yet? Where can I find it?

    Thanks,
    Rob
    It was part of the 5.0.2 release announcement posted to the forums. The specific URL is:

    MigrationFromEOL - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Hope that helps.

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    Default Open source edition

    Problem is I have the opensource edition. zmbackup is not available.

    In this case I presume my only option is to do a FossDR??

    I have a new machine built, Running Centos 5 and matching Zimbra install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusty_nz View Post
    Problem is I have the opensource edition. zmbackup is not available.

    In this case I presume my only option is to do a FossDR??
    Yup.

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    Are you changing architectures? ie PPC to x85 or x32 to x64?

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    Nope. Going from Non SMP x86 Fedora core 4 to SMP Centos 5. Non 64 bit.

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