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    Default [SOLVED] I'm not sure what's going on...

    I moved from SCSI drives to SATA drives following this.
    Moving ZCS to Another Server » Zimbra :: Blog

    Everything seemed to work fine except that:

    I log into the web interface and try to load a message.
    The message gets flagged as read
    No message shows up
    I get this error ->
    "msg: No such blob: mailbox=3, item=2100, change=23902
    code: mail.NO_SUCH_BLOB
    method: SearchConvRequest
    detail: soap:Sender
    trace: btpool0-4:1215545265194:622eb85d5209c8f8"

    I go to the Documents tab
    try to create a document
    try to save it
    I get this error ->
    "msg: Couldn't parse message
    code: mail.MESSAGE_PARSE_ERROR
    method: SaveWikiRequest
    detail: soap:Sender
    trace: btpool0-1:1215546556822:622eb85d5209c8f8"

    I go to the Briefcase tab
    try to upload a document
    no errors, nothing uploads.

    I go to the Calendar tab
    try to create an event
    try to save the event
    I get this error ->
    "msg: system failure: IOException java.io.FileNotFoundException: /opt/zimbra/store/incoming/1215545259267-8.msg (Permission denied)
    code: service.FAILURE
    method: CreateAppointmentRequest
    detail: soap:Receiver
    trace: btpool0-11:1215546835473:622eb85d5209c8f8"

    IM - Works fine.

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    What was the exact rsync, copy, etc command you ran? Looks like you didn't keep permissions on /opt/zimbra/store correctly.

    as root
    chown -R zimbra:zimbra /opt/zimbra/store

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    Let us know how you took an image of the /opt/zimbra first, but you may also need to run:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol stop
    exit (back to root)
    cd /opt/zimbra/libexec/
    ./zmfixperms

    (zmfixperms does not correct the store)

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    Looks like I forgot to setup /etc/hosts too. I did that along with your suggestions.

    Waiting....

    You guys come through for me again. Hrm... Just the support that you guys put behind this stuff makes me want to be paying for it. Too bad I can barely pay for college right now.

    When I get around to having a decent amount of money, is there any way to donate?

    Thanks,
    -Mike

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    I use rsync -avHK (to catch all the symlinks, you can do fine with out -H or -K but -a incorporates a lot of good arguments (-rlptgoD).

    Hm, idn if a 'donate button' might make us seem a little tacky - but there are other ways to thank us like contributing however you can, even if it's just helping others in the forums.

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    Just checked the blog uses, if you did "rsync -avr" you should be fine. And actually -r is redundant anyways because it's in -a.

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