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    Default zimbra 4.5.1 5 gb free

    Hello guys,

    i just downloaded zimbra 4.5.1 and noticed that it now checks for storage space before an upgrade. Our testing server has 2 gb free so i was unable to upgrade. I modified the installer in order to test it out.

    Is there a reason behind this feature?

    Cheers,
    Fernando

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    YES!
    If I were you, I'd try to figure out a way to get more space, instead of editing the installer.

    This feature came from a problem that can happen if you don't have enough space.

    Seriously. . find more room.

    john

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    Actually a have a new hd sitting behind me but the migration is smth i'm scared of.

    It's the test machine but my email is in there. LOL

    Bad move i know, but it's too late.

    Thanks for the link

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    just for the record.

    The upgrade finished perfectly on centos 4.4 and 2 gb free space.

    After reading the bugzilla i don't recommend modifying the installer either.

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    Yeah.

    We like our users, and want them to stay. . .and we want their data safe.

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    And we like zimbra!

    thanks man!

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    Default Allow for different location of tmp?

    Maybe you guys could allow for a different location of /tmp. We don't build our servers with huge /tmp partitions (except for our zimbra server) and most programs write to /var/tmp for truly variable data.

    I know that CryptoCard does this with an environment variable, FWIW. Thanks

    Bill

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