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    Default the index store: how is it big?

    i think to put the messages directory on a second harddisk while the index and data directory are left on the same disk where it is Zimbra. The disk of Zimbra has only 7Gb free, is it poor? should i move also the index direcotory into the other disk containing the message?

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    It really depends on the useage of your server. If you have more than 50 users, I would say that it might not be a bad idea to get a larger HD.

    PS-I wouldn't attempt to simply move the message store. It might be a better idea to backup /opt/zimbra to a seperate location, replace the HD, and restore.

    john

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabetenor
    It really depends on the useage of your server. If you have more than 50 users, I would say that it might not be a bad idea to get a larger HD.

    PS-I wouldn't attempt to simply move the message store. It might be a better idea to backup /opt/zimbra to a seperate location, replace the HD, and restore.

    john
    where i can find some other information about this directory?

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