[SOLVED] running a version 4.5.6 or prior? Prevent Large Log File
I am currently running zimbra (4.5.6) in unbuntu chroot on a gentoo server. But was really angry with zimbra today thus I decided to upgrade.
What happened was that when I logged in today I received weird errors while sending email ... It turns out that zimbra has completely used up all free space. After looking in vain for a tool to tell zimbra to clean up I decided to remove some files from the /tmp map. Which maked zimbra work normal again ... (besides the clamav atm).
But I was not amused by the fact that 3 users with each less than 1 Mb of inbox could use over 10 Gb on my disk (luckily it had its own partition).
Therefor I want to make a fresh start : Format the disk ... redebootstrap unbuntu ... install zimbra 5.0 RC 1 ... and then load the config / user data / mails etc from my old zimbra install. The question is how can this be done ? Can I dump the ldap from 4.5.6 and load it into 5.0 release (not recommended I think) ? Or do I need to dump ldap data clean install the latest 4.5 version load ldap data and then upgrade to 5.0 ? And how do I get the rest (mail / calander / contacts ) of the data out ? A full backup is running now (I love snapshot backup feature of lvm2 ) so I can play around in the weekend ... But wouls like some pointers
"Let me redirect you to /dev/null" :P