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    Default Migrate everything?

    Greetings

    We are on notice to quit our current d/c. New facilities have been secured.

    New server allocated to the task of delivering zimbra is in place.

    Current install:

    O/S: CentOS 4
    Zimbra: 4.5.10_GA_1575.RHEL4_20071116233533 NETWORK edition
    226 accounts

    New server:
    O/S: Ubuntu (server) 6.06 LTS
    Resides in new d/c, has different ...
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    # IP-Address

    zimbra: I have ubuntu install kit for 4.5.10 but the plan is to upgrade to zcs-NETWORK-5.0.5_GA_2201 (or whatever the latest is when we do this).

    What is needed is a procedure plan for migration.

    I guess we start with ...
    $ zmbackup -f -a all
    $ scp -r /opt/zimbra/backup/ldap/full-<...> un@new-server<...>
    $ scp -r /opt/zimbra/backup/sessions/full-<...> un@new-server<...>

    ok so far? or did we miss a step?

    now then - what next? or is there a better way? perhaps a zimbra server-to-server domain migration tool

    In any event, I doubt we're the first to go down this road, is there a procedure plan some place?

    Many thanks.
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