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    Default [SOLVED] Adding aditional disk space

    I have Zimbra 5.0.11 installed on a 10 GB / Partition. I have added a bigger disk, in order to accomodate more users and mail.

    All zimbra data and mailboxes is stored under /opt? If so, just moving everithing to a new bigger filesystem does the work?

    Thanks for your support, zimbra is great !!!!!
    A/P Andrés Tarallo
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    If you have created a new volume then shutdown ZCS, back it up, remove /opt/zimbra, mount new FS to /opt/zimbra and then restore it.

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    Sumaraizing, the order of task should be:
    ** Create New disk volume (partitioning, formating)
    ** Shutdown zimbra and backup
    ** Mount new filesystem in /opt/zimbra
    ** restore from backup
    ** restart zimbra.
    A/P Andrés Tarallo
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    IMHO that should be okay ... just ensure the perms on /opt/zimbra are the same as before

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