Zimbra-Upgrade and Server-Move inkl. Ubuntu-Dist-Upgrade
Hey, me first (and hopefully not last) posting is to diskuss a Upgrade and Server-Move-Project.
A Ubuntu 08.04 LTS running (decidated server)
A Ubuntu 10.04 LTS virtual-Server (via kvm over a new decidated server)
Backup OpenSource Zimbra
OS Specific Upgrade
Step 1: Setting down the TTL-Times for all MX-Records of the Domains showing to Zimbra (about 600 Seconds should be enought)
Step 2: BackUp the Installation on the old Server (50GB data, needed around 2,5 - 3 hours)
Step 3: Upgrading to zcs-7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU8_64
Step 4.1 Install zcs-7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU10_64 on New Server
Step 5.1 Move /opt/zimbra from old Server via rsyn or nfs to new server
Step 6.1 Run zcs-7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU10_64 upgrade again (cause old SErver data is zcs-7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU8_64)
Step 4.2 Dist-Upgrade old Server to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Step 5.2 Run zcs-7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU10_64 upgrade
Step 6.2 Move /opt/zimbra from old Server via rsyn or nfs to new server
Step 7 Changing DNS-MX-Records to new IP while the old server is down and the data is moving to the new server.
Because the old server would be shutdown after the servermove I like Version 1 little more ;), but I dont know if it will work correctly...
- Which Version (1 or 2) is the saver way for my userdatas?
- I did the Upgrading-Process to Step 3 already, but had some troubles with logger and statistics. Loggerproblem is solved (uninstall syslog install rsyslog), sysstat-problem is not solved yet. Rest running correctly. Should I repair the stats-problem now or can I hope that the next steps would fix that problems?
- Are there some fails in my plan which I havent seen yet?
- Are there some more resources for my problem available i've not listed above which I should read before?
Thanks for your inputs ;)