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    When we upgraded from 5.0.4 to 5.0.5 the directory 5.0.4_GA-7.1 was placed in /opt/zimbra/backup. I'm assuming this would be used to roll back to 5.0.4?
    My question is, would there be any harm in removing the 5.0.4_GA-7.1 directory? The size of the directory is very large.

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    If you are confident in your 5.0.5 setup & no longer wish to store those backups, then yes you can remove it - you could always move that folder to another location/tape/burn to disk/etc. (It's also a good idea to run a new full after version upgrades.)

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