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    Default [SOLVED] Relocation/Partitioning

    Has anyone any experience with relocating the Zimbra root, and if I do, can I expect that all spool areas will be beneath that point?

    I'm working on an existing machine, 2x36GB SCSI RAID 1, and I've never been fond of /opt.

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    On further inspection, I see that the install doesn't seem to countenance relocating the zimbra-root at all. I'll get around to hanging a bug on that later, but in the meantime, has anyone experimented with using a symlink to do that?

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    And ever since my first install, /opt/zimbra has been a symlink to /appl/zimbra509 (or what have you), made before the install started, and I have never, personally, had a single problem that I could attribute to that, though they tell me YMMV. :-)
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