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Thread: Backup Options missing?

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    Exclamation Backup Options missing?

    I have been successfully running Zimbra 5.0.0_RC1_1538.F7 on Fedora Core 7 for about 4 months. I want to upgrade to the 5.0 GA release.

    I want to do a full backup, but I cannot find anything to enable this, nothing I the Admin Console, and in the /opt/zimbra/bin there are no zmbackup or anything backup related???

    Does anyone know why this would be the case? I was under the impression according to the administration guide that zimbra should be automatically doing a backup but under the /opt/zimbra/backup there is nothing.

    Now I am stuck, I dare not make any changes if I will lose everything.

    Thank you in advance for your help,
    Last edited by InnerwerX; 02-11-2008 at 12:05 PM.

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    The Open Source version of Zimbra does not have a backup option, that's a Network Edition feature. Check these articles in the wiki for backup options.


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    That would be a FOSS machine 5.0.0_RC1_1538.F7 Open Source Edition Backup Procedure - Zimbra :: Wiki
    (If I remember right the first NE version was RC2 plus that's FC which doesn't have a NE build.)

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