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    Default Possibility change from 32bit to 64bit?

    Dear All,
    Now I've already running zimbra 6.0.1 under CentOS 5.3 32bit...
    And I thinking about upgrading memory and replace my OS version with a 64bit
    Anyone know about procedure to move zimbra 32bit to 64bit?

    Please advise....

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    A search of the forums will find you a ton of information, take your pick: site:zimbra.com 32bit 64bit move - Yahoo! Search Results
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    A search of the forums will find you a ton of information, take your pick: site:zimbra.com 32bit 64bit move - Yahoo! Search Results
    Thank's Bill,

    I've already follow the instructions from zimbrablog about exporting ldap accounts, and finished up without problem. But when I tried to start zimbra service or see service's status I get some error messages.

    This is instructions:

    Zimbra’s LDAP Wiki Page: LDAP - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Introduction To LDAP: ldapman.org - Introduction to LDAP

    Special Thanks to Carlos from the Zimbra Forums!

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    UPDATE for 6.0:

    To dump on the 32-bit:
    /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmslapcat /backup
    Which is essentially running ${zimbra_home}/openldap/sbin/slapcat -F ${zimbra_home}/data/ldap/config -b “” -l $DEST/ldap.bak.${D}

    To import on the 64-bit:
    1. rm -rf /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/*
    2. If this is an ldap master with replicas: rm -rf /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/accesslog/*
    3. mkdir -p /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/db /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/logs
    4. If this is an ldap master with replicas: mkdir -p /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/accesslog/db /opt/zimbra/data/accesslog/logs
    5. Copy the file /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/db/DB_CONFIG from the 32-bit server to /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/db on the 64-bit server. Note: If this file does not exist, or is empty, creating it may improve performance.
    6. Type chown -R zimbra:zimbra /opt/zimbra/data/ldap
    7. Copy from the 32-bit server to the 64-bit server the /backup/ldap.bak file.
    8. Type /opt/zimbra/openldap/sbin/slapadd -q -b “” -F /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/config -cv -l /backup/ldap.bak.



    And this is error messages when I tried to start zimbra service's

    [zimbra@mail ~]$ zmcontrol start
    Host mail.lerindro.com
    Starting ldap...Done.
    Failed.
    Failed to start slapd. Attempting debug start to determine error.
    backend_startup_one (type=hdb, suffix=""): bi_db_open failed! (-1)

    I think the problem with ldap password or some parameters (suffix) but i don't know how fixed the problem..

    Confused...

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