Somehow I nerfed my install of zimbra (Open Source - 4.5.6 on Ubuntu 7). It all was running so fine (don't quite know what happened). I've searched the forums and wiki and none of the steps seem to help.

Starting or stopping Zimbra (via zmcontrol) just hangs. Logs indicate that it can't determine the state.

Running "./install.sh -s" runs fine until it tries to shut down zimbra mail. It shouldn't be running since I've set it to not run at system startup.

While this is running, the zimbra.log states (over and over again):
Code:
Aug 10 10:06:47 zimbra sshd[4515]: Accepted password for jeremy from XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX port 1853 ssh2
Aug 10 10:06:47 zimbra sshd[4517]: (pam_unix) session opened for user jeremy by (uid=0)
Aug 10 10:08:01 zimbra CRON[4537]: (pam_unix) session opened for user zimbra by (uid=0)
Aug 10 10:08:07 zimbra zimbramon[4538]: 4538:info: 2007-08-10 10:08:02, STATUS: : Cannot: determine
Aug 10 10:08:07 zimbra CRON[4537]: (pam_unix) session closed for user zimbra
Code:
Startup.log
        Stopping logger...Done
        Stopping ldap...Done
/opt/zimbra/bin/zmlocalconfig: line 42: exec: java: not found
Host
Host XXXXX.XXXXX.com
        Stopping mta...Host XXXXX.XXXXX.com
Host XXXXX.XXXXX.com
        Stopping mta...Host XXXXX.XXXXX.com
Host XXXXX.XXXXX.com
Any thoughts?