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    Angry Install Zimbra 6.0.8 x64 on Debian Lenny Fail

    Hi,

    I've got a problem with my Zimbra installation et I didn't find an answer for my problem.

    I followed this tutorial: Groupwares – 1ère partie : Installation de Zimbra

    I tried to install Zimbra 6.0.8 on Debian Lenny 32 bits, it was ok. Now, I need to install Zimbra 6.0.8 on Debian Lenny 64 bits and It doesn't work.

    Here details of the installation:


    *** CONFIGURATION COMPLETE - press 'a' to apply
    Select from menu, or press 'a' to apply config (? - help) a
    Save configuration data to a file? [Yes]
    Save config in file: [/opt/zimbra/config.8376]
    Saving config in /opt/zimbra/config.8376...done.
    The system will be modified - continue? [No] yes
    Operations logged to /tmp/zmsetup.10202010-114558.log
    Setting local config values...done.
    Setting up CA...done.
    Deploying CA to /opt/zimbra/conf/ca ...done.
    Creating SSL certificate...done.
    Installing mailboxd SSL certificates...done.
    Initializing ldap...done.
    Setting replication password...done.
    Setting Postfix password...done.
    Setting amavis password...done.
    Setting nginx password...done.
    Creating server entry for debian.socetem.test...failed.
    Saving CA in ldap ...done.
    Saving SSL Certificate in ldap ...done.
    Setting spell check URL...failed.
    Setting service ports on debian.socetem.test...done.
    Adding debian.socetem.test to zimbraMailHostPool in default COS...failed. Couldn't find a server entry for debian.socetem.test
    Installing webclient skins...
    tree...failed.
    twilight...failed.
    bones...failed.
    lake...failed.
    steel...failed.
    yahoo...failed.
    oasis...failed.
    lavender...failed.
    waves...failed.
    zmail...failed.
    lemongrass...failed.
    pebble...failed.
    smoke...failed.
    sand...failed.
    beach...failed.
    sky...failed.
    bare...failed.
    hotrod...failed.

    Finished installing webclient skins.
    Setting zimbraFeatureIMEnabled=FALSE...failed.
    Setting zimbraFeatureTasksEnabled=TRUE...failed.
    Setting zimbraFeatureBriefcasesEnabled=TRUE...failed.
    Setting zimbraFeatureNotebookEnabled=TRUE...failed.
    Setting MTA auth host...failed.
    Setting TimeZone Preference...failed.

    Initializing mta config...done.
    Setting services on debian.socetem.test...done.
    Creating domain socetem.test...failed.
    Setting default domain name...failed.
    Creating domain socetem.test...failed.
    Creating admin account admin@socetem.test...failed.
    Creating root alias...failed.
    Creating postmaster alias...failed.
    Creating user wiki@socetem.test...failed.
    Creating user spam.2nvvgsfnn@socetem.test...failed.
    Creating user ham.nimbjy3x@socetem.test...failed.
    Setting spam training accounts...failed.

    Initializing store sql database...done.
    Setting zimbraSmtpHostname for debian.socetem.test...failed.
    Configuring SNMP...done.
    Checking for default IM conference room...not present.
    Initializing default IM conference room...failed.
    Setting up syslog.conf...done.

    You have the option of notifying Zimbra of your installation.
    This helps us to track the uptake of the Zimbra Collaboration Suite.
    The only information that will be transmitted is:
    The VERSION of zcs installed (6.0.8_GA_2661_DEBIAN5_64)
    The ADMIN EMAIL ADDRESS created (admin@socetem.test)

    Notify Zimbra of your installation? [Yes] no
    Notification skipped
    Starting servers...Unable to determine enabled services from ldap.
    done.
    Installing common zimlets...
    com_zimbra_adminversioncheck...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_cert_manager...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_ymemoticons...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_url...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_email...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_date...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_bulkprovision...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_dnd...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    com_zimbra_phone...failed. This may impact system functionality.
    Finished installing common zimlets.

    Initializing Documents...failed to initialize documents...see logfile for details.
    Restarting mailboxd...done.
    Setting up zimbra crontab...done.


    Moving /tmp/zmsetup.10202010-114558.log to /opt/zimbra/log


    Configuration complete - press return to exit



    I don't undertand why. At the beginning of the installation, all is ok. Pre-requies ok and I can dig the MX record.

    I disabled ipv6 because there's problems sometimes with it. But, it still the same.

    I don't know what can be the problem. Someone have an idea, please?

    P.S: sorry if my english is bad. I try to do my best on it.

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    Are you behind a NAT router and if you are did you set-up a Split DNS? If you have set-up the split DNS then post the output of the commands in the 'Verify...' section of that article so we can verify it's OK.

    Are you on a Single Server installation? If you are, why are you installing the Zimbra proxy (it's not needed and may cause problems)?
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    Thanks for your reply. I'm using a router with NAT on it but on my Linux server, I have only Bind, nothing else. And I didn't set-up Split DNS. But I have the same configuration on my 32bits Zimbra server and I haven't got this error.
    Do You think I have to set-up Split DNS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titi974 View Post
    Thanks for your reply. I'm using a router with NAT on it but on my Linux server, I have only Bind, nothing else. And I didn't set-up Split DNS. But I have the same configuration on my 32bits Zimbra server and I haven't got this error.
    Do You think I have to set-up Split DNS?
    Zimbra needs to be able to resolve it's IP address via DNS so the answer is, yes you need a split DNS. You don't need another DNS server (the split dns article is just one example of that type of set-up) and you can configure your current DNS server with the records. Why are you installing the proxy on a single server install?
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    Actually, I'm not installating a proxy. I must set-up a DNS server with Zimbra for emails and groupware. It's for my internship.
    I created my own domain socetem.test (domain test) and the DNS server use a forwarder to access internet. Emails go out with a relay host SMTP and I have to fetch outside emails with an access provider using the POP3 protocol.

    In the zone definition file, I've put the MX record and the dig command is ok.
    So, Zimbra should be able to resolve it's IP address, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titi974 View Post
    Actually, I'm not installating a proxy.
    Sorry, my mistake. I skimmed your first post and saw 'nginx' and missed it was just setting the password.

    Quote Originally Posted by Titi974 View Post
    I must set-up a DNS server with Zimbra for emails and groupware. It's for my internship.
    I created my own domain socetem.test (domain test) and the DNS server use a forwarder to access internet. Emails go out with a relay host SMTP and I have to fetch outside emails with an access provider using the POP3 protocol.

    In the zone definition file, I've put the MX record and the dig command is ok.
    So, Zimbra should be able to resolve it's IP address, no?
    No, not if you don't have an A record for the Zimbra server - do you (it should also resolve to your LAN IP address)? Go to the Split DNS article in the wiki and look at the 'Verify...' section, that has the details on how to check your DNS configuration is correct. If you have problems confirming the settings from that output then post all the information in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Sorry, my mistake. I skimmed your first post and saw 'nginx' and missed it was just setting the password.
    It's ok.

    I'm going to read the Split DNS article and keep in touch.

    Thank you!

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