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    Default Zimbra and Webserver on same maschine

    Hi

    I have read people have install apache, php, and mysql on the same server Zimbra run on:

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3795&highlight=mysql

    I would like to do that on a Centos. Do I have to first install Zimbra and then the apache, php and mysql? Iknow it is possibel to change http and https port, but what about the mysql port?

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    The only one you need to worry about is Apache, the Zimbra MySQL runs on a non-standard port. Therefore, you need to decide which service is going to run on port 80. If you want Zimbra to run on that port don't start apache, install Zimbra and it will grab port 80 - you can change the port Apache listens on afterwards. If you want Apache to grab port 80 then start it and then install Zimbra, when you get to the port conflicts (just before you hit OK to commit the install) you can change the port that Zimbra listens on. I am assuming that this is a clean install and not an upgrade.
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    When I try and install Zimbra on my LAMP server it changes my DNS around and I can no longer access my web page. What do I have to do exactly to get it to work on my system. I am already planning on changing the port to 7070 but how do i setup the dns? I am running SLES 10.

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    Sorry, that's wrong. Zimbra makes no changes to your DNS. You do, however, need correct DNS A & MX records pointing to your server and the /etc/hosts file nees to be correct.

    If you need to set-up your DNS then search the forums and/or wiki for 'DNS in a nutshell', you should also read the Quick Start Guide for system requirements.
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    Default Changing the port after installation.

    How do we change the port post install. I have 4.5.1 it running on port 80
    but would like to change to a different port.
    Thanks.

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    Hi

    While logged in as zimbra user :
    Code:
    zmprov ms SERVERNAME zimbraMailPort 8000
    Then you have to restart Zimbra, still being logged in as zimbra user :
    Code:
    tomcat stop
    tomcat start
    If you want to change the SSL port to 8001, you have to do this, still logged in as zimbra user :
    Code:
    zmprov ms SERVERNAME zimbraMaiSSLPort 8001
    tomcat stop
    tomcat start

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