It is not the size that counts ( we all know that ) but the speed of your cpu, ram, and most important IO subsystem for this script.
during the downtime only a few MBs are still copied to the cache dir. So it should only take a few seconds longer that a Zimbra server reboot.
If you need it to be fast I could suggest a combo of a DL385-G5 2xQuadcores 20GB RAM and disks on a EMC DMX4 you will hardly notice the downtime then
Motions of a day at work -
I'm using a CentOS 5.1 box and I really expected yum to go get DAR for me but it didn't. I'm not positive which repositories are setup on the box at the moment, perhaps some other one would have Dar than a stock build of Cent? I know enough linux to get myself in trouble, lol, but I can follow directions easily. When ./configure fails I am stumped.
LOL, The funny thing is that I built this box with Ubuntu first but Zimbra wouldn't install on it for some reason, I rebuilt on Cent since I am more familiar with it than Ubuntu and the Zimbra install was flawless. It's running great but now with these little issues, I wish I had just rebuilt the first Ubuntu! My luck.... Thanks anyway, I will get dar going somehow.
Can DAR files be viewed by like tar.gz from Midnight Commander ?
I haven't use dar files before, so here comes a simple (dummy) question :
How can i restore the full and/or the diff backup ??
I've got also error in line 901 , I'll try to add someone to CC to check . .
Zimbra FOSS 5.05
PS Great Script!!!
Last edited by RaNd; 05-07-2008 at 08:49 AM.