Hi. Had a custom hardware running Debian 5 for 70 days in testing running 6.0.2/6.0.3 and it was perfect. Needed configs changing when moving to a client site and got screwed so rebuilt the os from scratch and installed lated 6.0.4. All seemed ok (this was 2nd Feb 2010) but machine has proved unstable - nothing like the original build. Upgraded to 6.0.5 yesterday rebooted the server and services failed. Turned out iptables had gone bad randomly denying traffic and killing dns. 6.0.5 also gives "no such mount point" errors in the web client and stats go stale within 24 hour period. It just seems a bit of a dog and client has lost a little confidence in zimbra -
question is, i'm going to rebuild the server clean and perhaps reinstall 6.0.2/6.0.3 leave it a few weeks in situ and see what happens. Would I be better staying with debian 5 or going Ubuntu 8.04 LTS? I see that debian 5 isn't on the zimbra network edition supported list - should this worry me? And is the server falling over and the 6.0.5 upgrade coincidence?