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    Default Redhat file version wrong

    Hello,

    Today I downloaded the OS version for redhat from a Dutch mirror server (SourceForge).

    From there I received a file with the name zcs-4.1.0_GA_332.RHEL4.tgz. The install fails and after reading a few forum posts, I decided to download the file again. Now, from a different server, I receive a file named zcs-3.1.0_GA_332.RHEL4.tgz.

    Is it possible that a there is a flaw in the replication between the mirrors?

    I think the download is ready now, so I'll let you now if the install works now!

    krg


    Matthijs

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    Did you download it twice? Maybe Firefox or what ever you used to download the file renamed it.
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    Default not starting after reboot but working

    I did download it twice, but only after I saw the stange version number. Also if firefox (yes I am using firefox) finds an existing file, it adds a number to the end of the filename.

    I have the new version working now, but still have some strange things. I installed it, en it worked. But after a reboot the services won't start. I found a forum post on this one, and manually I can start the service (zmcontrol start) without any problems.

    So my question now would be, how can I add this to the startup sequence, so Zimbra will start again automatic?

    Also, might this be due to the many installing and uninstalling I have performed???

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    I have the new version working now, but still have some strange things. I installed it, en it worked. But after a reboot the services won't start. I found a forum post on this one, and manually I can start the service (zmcontrol start) without any problems.
    If you run the following command:
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    chkconfig --list zimbra
    Do you get the next output?
    zimbra 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off

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    Default Service not installed??

    Thanks for your responce!

    I do not get this responce, in fact, I do net get any responce at all. If I do the same for example the smb service I do get a likewise responce.

    So it seams the service is not installed? Can someone help me further on how to do this?

    Many thanks in advance!


    Matthijs

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    Is your zimbra server working ok? Is it just that it doesn't start at boot time? If it's the start problem have a look at this thread
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    Server is working fine after an manual start ,su zimbra, zmcontrol start.

    I hve read the post, en followed the tips in there. This seems to work, I see the rule after a chkconfig now.

    Not rebooted yet, but i guess it will work...

    Many thanks to you all!

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    Speaking of the /etc/init.d/zimbra script... anyone else find it missing in zimbra's release RHEL 3.1?

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    Yes, several people seem to be having problems. After looking at this problem I noticed that my init.d script didn't get updated during the last(?) upgrade, I've filed it in bugzilla.
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