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    Default Installation ZCS7 on virtual Server: Java-problems

    Good evening!

    I have tried to install ZCS7 on a virtual machine (virtuozzo), but I have some problems with java runtime. Guest-system is a Ubuntu 10.04LTS.
    Zimbra is not starting because there are the following problems:
    Because java detect the whole ram of the physical server, there is a problem to start java.
    At console I type: export _JAVA_OPTIONS='-Xms256M -Xmx256m'
    After this command I can start the services (su zimbra --> zmcontrol start).
    My question:
    In which configuration file I have to set the JAVA-options?

    regards
    Bjoern

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    how much ram are you letting the zimbra instance have? you REALLY need to let it have 2 gigs at the absolute minimum.

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    The virtual-Server has up to 8gb ram.
    Java-Settings set via: export _JAVA_OPTIONS='-Xms1024M -Xmx1024m'
    Starting services via zmcontrol start.
    All services are running, but starting mta and postfix failed.
    Starting the admin-console shows in serverstatus that no service is running.

    At the moment I have no more idea what to do

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    i'm not familiar with virtuozzo. The guest that is hosting zimbra needs to have 2 gigs minimum. It appears you are allocating ram only to the java or process by process?? I would just allocate a blank 2 gig to the guest that is running zimbra and let zimbra take it from there.

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    Well, as it happens, I too am trying to install 7.1CE in an OpenVZ guest, and I can't get it to run right either -- and my max privvmpages amounts to 2.5GB or RAM.

    I'm going to try his "turn down the size of the JVM" trick, I think, and see what happens, but I also note that I have 11 amavisd processes, each with a 209M total size, but *98M or so* apiece in *resident* memory... and almost *none* of that is shared.

    My 6.0CE amavis's are only 66M, but only 77M *total*... and about the same small amount shared.

    I'm happy to provide any necessary debugging info, if you'll help me take a swing at this...
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