I've searched the forums for an answer to this but all the threads I've found say you don't need to change/know the 'zimbra' user password.
So, here is my problem. I've just upgraded my ZCS OSE 7.0 installation to ZCS OSE 7.1.1 and wanted to run the commands to recreate my self signed certs. In the release notes is says use the commands:
I've used sudo -s to get to root and then su - zimbra to get to the zimbra user but the problem is when you use sudo it prompts for the password of the zimbra user which I don't know. If you try to run the commands without sudo it says "This command needs to be run as user root".Code:sudo zmcertmgr createca -new sudo zmcertmgr deployca sudo zmcertmgr deploycrt self -new
The release notes say "After you upgrade, the following commands run as the zimbra user will regenerate the self-signed SSL certificates".
Can someone help me out here please? I'd like to know if it's OK to change the zimbra user password and if I do change it what is it going to break?
Thanks in anticipation.