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    Hello,

    Support zimbra for "Server Statistics" only the ext3 filesystem?

    Cu

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    Do you mean 'does it support ext3 for file statistics'? If you do then the answer is yes, it does. It works on my CentOS 4.3 system. Are you having a problem? If so, perhaps you could describe it and what version of Zimbra you're running on and which operating system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix
    Do you mean 'does it support ext3 for file statistics'? If you do then the answer is yes, it does. It works on my CentOS 4.3 system. Are you having a problem? If so, perhaps you could describe it and what version of Zimbra you're running on and which operating system.
    I mean "does ist support ONLY ext3 for file statistics". Look here: zmstatuslog, zmdisklog, zmqueuelog

    if ($platform eq "MACOSX") {
    $MNTCMD = "mount -t hfs";
    $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
    } else {
    $MNTCMD = "mount -t ext3";
    $DFCMD = "df -ml ";
    }

    I use zimbra 3.1.0_GA_332 on SUSE10.0 with reiserfs and i can't see any data in "Server statistics" except "Mailbox quota".
    Zimbra says "Data not yet available". zmcontrol says the logger runs

    Any hint?

    Cu

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    Oh, I see. In that case this post may be of interest to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix
    Oh, I see. In that case this post may be of interest to you.
    For testing i have changed the zmdisklog to reiserfs an now i have a output in the localmessages but not in the Server statistics
    I think it is one another problem on my system. The "Server Status" says: "Server status is not available. To see the server status, logger service must installed"

    Strange, the logger service is install and zmcontrol says it runs. hostname an zmhostname response the same.....

    Cu

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    It does take a while for the statistics to appear, wait until tomorrow and see if any get recorded.
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