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Thread: Upgrade from 3.0.1 -> 3.1.0 SuSE9... LDAP is now empty!!

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    prosenbl is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Upgrade from 3.0.1 -> 3.1.0 SuSE9... LDAP is now empty!!

    Major issue so far upgrading this morning. I will post again later with more details etc.. since I am currently working on resolving this issue. Just wanted to give a little bit of a heads up to anyone upgrading in case this isn't an isolated issue.

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    Default ldap empty?

    tell me more. I just finished the same upgrade an hour ago.

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    well... apparently this became a known issue and caused the release to be pulled while a fix was created. I was able to restore a backup the ldap and did not lose any data... I did however have to reset some global config settings in the ldap (a minor inconvenience). I suppose I learned a lesson - wait a day before upgrading Zimbra. In the past, upgrades have always gone smoothly, its a shame.

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