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Thread: no luck on Centos 4.1

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    anand is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Default disabled NPTL!?

    just curious - why would you disable NPTL?

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    antonio.meireles is offline Active Member
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    Default because of xen...

    unless glibc is recompiled with a special flag -mno-tls-direct-seg-refs, performance of VMs under xen suffers baddly if TLS is enabled... and Xen is a very nice way of server consolidation...

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    Default Install on CentOS 4.1 - Success

    Hello all,

    Just a "mee too", my CentOS 4.1 installation is on a standalone machine (no XEN yet, however I take note of antonio.meireles' trials with it). Install is a standard "Server" install, nothing fancy. Zimbra installs perfectly, and after install all daemons comes up as it should. The admin frontend works absolutely great, and users can log in after you've created them. In short: No Problems!

    There is one important thing that network newbies will have to take into account when installing Zimbra (or any Postfix-based mail server for that matter): It's imperative that you have a proper DNS setup for Zimbra to work, even under testing conditions. Set up a proper DNS server (even if the domain is bogus) with MX records and the like, and things should work fine.
    Jan Henkins

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    ramidotcom is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default jhenkins..

    was it a clean install, bc i installed centos 4.1 on a virtal private hostin site with proper dns settings, and i keep getting

    RESPONSE: (Zimbra::Mon::serviceInfo)
    ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: getDirectContext) (cause: javax.naming.CommunicationException

    Installation complete!

    on install, any ideas

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    Please look at your other thread. We posted a reccomended soultion based on the results of some other users. I'll give you the links here again:

    Looks like you need to modify you bdb related items in the slapd.conf file.

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