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    >>Have you tried running the 4.0.5 setup as an upgrade?

    I did that after I rolled back to 4.05.

    I copied the backed up /opt directory to its proper location, then ran the 4.05 install as an upgrade.

    4.05 installed and is working fine

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    Anyone have a next step?

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    I'm not on Suse...I'm on Fedora Core 5

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    Bug Corrected

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    My advice is to stay on 4.0.5 until we figure out what's goin on.

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    Let's try this. Copy the migrate20060911-MailboxGroup.pl script and add a line right before
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    print "Executing SQL statements in $sqlfile\n";
    Add the line
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    exit 1;
    Then run the script (won't change the system):
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    perl -I /opt/zimbra/libexec/scripts /opt/zimbra/libexec/scripts/migrate20060911-MailboxGroup.copy.pl
    This should create the file /tmp/migrate-MailboxGroup.sql - post that file.
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    That script doesn't appear to live anywhere in my /scripts directory.

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    Looks like someone closed bug #13907 as the SUSE problem

    Does anyone know where to find the number for the RHEL4 bug that I'm apparently bumping into?

    I'd like to track status/add info.


    Question: Am I better off moving zimbra to a different Distro?

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    >>Looks like someone closed bug #13907 as the SUSE problem

    >>Does anyone know where to find the number for the RHEL4 bug that I'm apparently bumping into?

    >>I'd like to track status/add info.

    Still can't find it....

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