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    Dear all,

    we're looking for help about migrating current zimbra OSS 5.0.x 32-bit on centos 4.4 to another better hardware and running zimbra OSS 6.0.x 64-bit on centos 5.5.

    does anyone have any comment on how to proceed?

    thanks.

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger2000 View Post
    we're looking for help about migrating current zimbra OSS 5.0.x 32-bit on centos 4.4 to another better hardware and running zimbra OSS 6.0.x 64-bit on centos 5.5.

    does anyone have any comment on how to proceed?
    Details on how to move from one server to another with a change in architecture and/or change of oiperating system are all over the forums and the wiki article on moving from 32bit to 64bit - please do a search of the forums.
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