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    Default Open Source edition

    Does the open source edition run on 64 bit and is there one for RHEL6 yet?

    Is there a user limit in the open source edition?

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    Open source does run on 64-bit. it is built for RHEL6, but see Bug 46506 – RHEL6 Server support

    I would not suggest using RHEL6 with Zimbra yet, as its very broken on the RedHat side of things.

    There is no user limit on the open source edition. You can add as many users and domains as you would like, and add additional servers to expand horizontally.
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    Thank you for the reply, I almost wish someone made a hardware appliance with SSD drives for only the configuration and user accounts in a database that you would mount the storage to.

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    Are you having performance issues?

    And when you say the user accounts and preferences, are you simply talking about strictly just that, or also all of the email and data within the accounts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krishopper View Post
    I would not suggest using RHEL6 with Zimbra yet, as its very broken on the RedHat side of things.
    What are those broken thing regarding RHEL6 and Zimbra?

    7.1.2 lists RHEL6 as supported. Are there any Zimbra or Redhat buggs that you can reffer to?

    We are testing ZCS 7.1.2 on RHEL6.1 right now and have not seen any "show stoppers".

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    Quote Originally Posted by moren View Post
    What are those broken thing regarding RHEL6 and Zimbra?
    It's probably this bug: Bug 53308 – JDK 1.6 Update 22 spins when running on RHEL6 - that has been 'fixed'.

    Quote Originally Posted by moren View Post
    We are testing ZCS 7.1.2 on RHEL6.1 right now and have not seen any "show stoppers".
    Shouldn't be any problem as the kernel version is higher than the one mentioned in the bug report above.
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