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Thread: Upgrading ZCS from Version 5.0.6 to Version 5.0.13 issue

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    Default Upgrading ZCS from Version 5.0.6 to Version 5.0.13 issue


    We have ZCS Version 5.0.6_GA_2313.SLES10_64.NETWORK & we need to upgrade for 5.0.13 I have the follow questions:
    1) Is Version 5.0.13 Stable? Or we have to use ver. 5.0.11 becuase I knew that ver. 5.0.12 have bugs.
    2) Do I have to consider a special update requirement becuase we gone update from ver. 5.0.6 to ver. 5.0.13 directly?

    Kindly if there is any recommendation will be preciated.


    Waseem Abd Al_Kader

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    Hi, yes 5.0.13 is stable, technically that's what the GA part of the version number means, it stands for General Acceptance if I recall correctly.

    Theres no issue that I'm aware of with upgrading from 5.0.6, just make sure to take a good backup (just copy /opt/zimbra somewhere) before you start and you should be fine.
    Last edited by Dirk; 02-15-2009 at 02:08 AM. Reason: fixed an error regarding citing the wrong version number

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