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    Default Changing to a new server

    Hi,
    Copied /opt/zimbra from the older server to the new one and run zimbra upgrade. Everything starts with zmcontrol, but mailboxd allways give timed out for anything, including when I use zmprov to do something, mailbox.log is empty and nothing wrong with zmmailboxd.out

    I tried to enable java debug with an zmlocalconfig -e mailboxd_java_options="MY EXISTING OPTIONS -verbose:gc -XX:+PrintGCDetails -XX:+PrintGCTimeStamps -XX:+PrintGCApplicationStoppedTime" but nothing is showed. I simply cant see errors logs!

    I also tried in log4j.properties.in. I'm using RHEL 5.5 64bits and no firewall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wk30l View Post
    Copied /opt/zimbra from the older server to the new one and run zimbra upgrade.
    Which one of the articles in the forums or wiki did you follow when you moved to the new server? Was this also a 32bit to 64bit migration? Did you move from an older version of Zimbra to a newer version on the new server during the move?
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    I did not follow any articles. I have 2 zimbra servers with multi-server.
    Server_A: 10 email accounts and deliver to the other accounts on Server B.
    Server_B: Approximately 1000 accounts (only have the mailbox).

    I've tried almost everything, but I can not see anything in the logs. It has a way to run Zimbra in Full Debug? Including debug Java?

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    Had you previously installed the same version of Zimbra on the new server as you have on the old server? Did you use the same FQDN on the new server as you had on the old server? Do you actually still have the old server up and running? What, exactly, are you trying to achieve with this configuration?
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