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    Default How to import with postRestURL and status=413 upload too large

    Hi Zimbra-users and admins!

    I am in the urgent need for this topic:
    The installation of ZCS 8.0 (Open-Source-Edition) on Ubuntu 12.04 in a virtual machine is finished.
    Afterwards I created my users (4-5).

    Before I turned off the old ZCS 7.2 server (also FOSS) I backuped the data using the command outlined on this page http://blog.zimbra.com/blog/archives...grations.html:
    Code:
    /opt/zimbra/bin/zmmailbox -z -m user@domain.com getRestURL "//?fmt=tgz" > /ADMIN/account[1-4].tgz
    I copied the files to the new server and according to the migration page I tried reimporting with this command:
    Code:
    /opt/zimbra/bin/zmmailbox -z -m user@domain.com postRestURL "//?fmt=tgz&resolve=reset" /ADMIN/account[1-4].tgz
    Importing small mailboxes with a size 35MB, 109MB, 129MB works great! ;-)
    Importing bigger files 1.7GB, 2.1GB and 2.9GB results in this message, wether importing via CLI or webclient:

    Code:
    root@mail:/ADMIN# /opt/zimbra/bin/zmmailbox -z -m acc3@mydomain.de postRestURL "//?fmt=tgz&resolve=reset" /ADMIN/acc3.tgz
    ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: POST failed, status=413 upload too large: file '/': upload too large)
    I read a lot about setting some values to a higher value like these ones:

    Code:
    zimbra@mail:~$ zmprov gacf | grep zimbraMtaMaxMessageSize
    zimbraMtaMaxMessageSize: 8796093022208
    Code:
    zimbra@mail:~$ zmprov gacf | grep zimbraFileUploadMaxSize
    zimbraFileUploadMaxSize: 8796093022208
    zimbraFileUploadMaxSizePerFile: 8796093022208
    But it doesn't work!
    I really urgently need my mailboxes imported and would be very very happy if someone could help out here, please!

    Thanks a lot in advance,
    Michael

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    Thanks to the admin for moving the topic. I just didn't know where it best fitted... ;-) Is there any reason why I can't see this topic in the administrators forum, only in installation forum??

    EDIT: now I can see this topic in administrators forum. okay ;-)

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    Hello,

    just so that you know: I posted the two messages with a fresh account, as I lost my password for my "real" ZF account.
    So now that I can receive mails again with our new zimbra 8 I could retrieve a new password and - here I am with my std account. ;-)

    I would be very very please if somebody could help me out here - maybe this is possible?

    So long,
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mludwig View Post
    Hello,

    just so that you know: I posted the two messages with a fresh account, as I lost my password for my "real" ZF account.
    So now that I can receive mails again with our new zimbra 8 I could retrieve a new password and - here I am with my std account. ;-)

    I would be very very please if somebody could help me out here - maybe this is possible?

    So long,
    Michael


    Same problem here Buddy!
    Have u solved?

    Regards,

    Rafael

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    Sorry Rafael,

    as you can see I got no answer till now.
    I'm googling around the whole day long, finding same stuff again again, turning round and round.
    A test with 20gig memory instead of 8gig didn't succeed either.

    So please if anyone could help here please please please!

    This is really urgent for me, maybe for Rafael and someone else too...

    Michael

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    Tried this one as well: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/virtual...yte-limit.html and it didn't help.

    So what I did until now is rising the vram and putting the tgz into /opt/zimbra/tmp folder.

    Both no luck.

    Still need help. HELP!! ;-)

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    Default Same problem

    I have the same problem, tried in ZCS 7.2 and 8.0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mludwig View Post
    Tried this one as well: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/virtual...yte-limit.html and it didn't help.

    So what I did until now is rising the vram and putting the tgz into /opt/zimbra/tmp folder.

    Both no luck.

    Still need help. HELP!! ;-)

    Hi Buddy,

    I tried this here, and i have the same problem.
    Anyone can help us?
    Please!

    Regards,

    Rafael

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    Still in the need of urgent help, I have to reimport the old data and it just doesn't work. Please help!


    EDIT: The calendars are missing as well so this is sooo urgent. I don't know why nearly noone reacts upon this. Is there really nobody who can help?
    I know that noone *has* to upgrade to Zimbra 8 - but isn't this what VMware or Zimbra wants their "customers" to do? With a "customer" I also think of FOSS users. So to me upgrading to the latest version of a software is like taking a security patch. Nothing more. I indeed think using the latest software - always - is a good idea.
    But we struggle without mails and calenders at the moment. This is absolutely no good.
    Last edited by mludwig; 09-26-2012 at 12:28 AM.

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