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Thread: I can Access the server only through the Ip-address

  1. #11
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    This is a DNS problem. Fix this and you can use your backup.

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    Hi,

    I've successful make a backup with that command:
    rsync -avHK /opt/zimbra /opt/zimbra/backup/zimbra.bak

    Can someone help me to restore now on the new server? What command should I use now?

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    You now have a complete copy of your server. Keep it somewhere safe.

    Prepare your new server with the same OS, same Hostname, etc...
    Install the same Zimbra version
    Move or remove /opt/zimbra and replace it with your backup
    Install Zimbra again, now as upgrade
    Fixed.

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    I may say that I'm dum sorry but I don't understand.
    I've installed the same Debian server then same version of Zimbra
    What to do next?

    Please help me

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    Where's your backup?

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    In my computer Windows based
    I've copy hole backup map through the WINSCP

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    Sorry but I know nothing about Windows.
    On your Debian Server you have: /opt/zimbra
    On your Windows you have: opt/zimbra/backup/zimbra.bak/

    Move the complete directory zimbra.bak to your Debian server, let's say to /tmp.

    Now you have /tmp/zimbra.bak

    If you have enough diskspace, do as root:
    # mkdir /tmp/org/zimbra
    # mv /opt/zimbra/* /tmp/org/zimbra

    If not:
    # rm -rf /opt/zimbra/*

    /opt/zimbra should be empty now
    # mv /tmp/zimbra.bak/* /opt/zimbra

    Install Zimbra again, but now as upgrade
    Fixed.

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    no I windows I've only zimbra.bak/zimbra/*
    I've copie as I have read on the forums just the zimbra.bak

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    Never mind the Windows, just move the zimbra.bak directory to your Debian.

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    OK I'm doing that right now on the folder named temp

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