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    Default Unable to see Old Statistics Data after upgrade from 5.0.6 to 6.0.2 OS

    After upgrading to 6.0.2 from 5.0.6 on RHEL5.4 x86_64, the System-wide and server specific (I only have one server) statistics only shows statistics data from point of upgrade and onwards. Is there a way to show the graphs for the older data(there was more than a year's worth of statistics data).

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    The .csv files are still there in /opt/zimbra/zmstat, but you would need to find some way of displaying the data as the 6.0.x branch can't use it in the charts.

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    Thanks for the reply. Didn't know that the old data will not be shown.

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    Yea it's unfortunate, and I wish there was a way to get it to show, but it hasn't bothered me enough to go and look at the scripts and try to figure it out.

    From what I gather 6.0.x uses the .rrd files in /data/logger/db/data to generate the graphs, so you might be able to find a way to insert the old data into them... but I have no experience with working with rrd files so I'm just guessing here

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