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    jimmy.stewpot is offline Starter Member
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    Default Migrating between Zimbra servers

    Hello,

    I have read the wiki documentation relating to the migration of say a 32bit system to a 64bit system. What I am wondering is if the process is the same for migrating from Ubuntu 8.04 x64 to Ubuntu 10.04 x64 (when it is supported).

    Any advice or feedback would be really appreciated.

    Regards,

    Jimmy.

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    Hi Jimmy,

    The best procedure that I have found is the one you mentioned Network Edition: Moving from 32-bit to 64-bit Server. Another doc that is great is: Promoting Replica to LDAP Master 6.0

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    If you're not changing from 32-bit to 64-bit I think blog article Moving ZCS to Another Server is still the preferred method.

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