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    Default Zimbra package conflict from install

    Hi everyone, im new with ZCS, and i'm trying to setup a Zimbra Server in my CentOS machine.

    Cloud platform: Amazon Web Services
    Disk space available: 7gb
    Memory: 4gb

    - I already configured /etc/hosts
    - I already configured hostname
    - I already configured/installed the pre-requisites ( as far as i know )

    Problem: Running ./install.sh --platform-override, when i choose the package zimbra-store, during the installation i get the following error:

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    preparing packages...
    file /opt/zimbra/lib from install of zimbra-store-8.0.6_GA_5922.RHEL6_64-20131203103705.x86_64 conflicts with file from package zimbra-core-8.0.6_GA_5922.RHEL6_64-20131203103705.x86_64

    Test: Running the command and ignoring the zimbra-store package from installation, it works until the end, but i'm not able to proceed because zimbra-store package is required.

    I would like to know if anyone of you already had this problem.

    Appreciate if you guys could help me !
    Thanks in advance.

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    Why are you running --platform-override? It is clearly documented that CentOS is a supported OS for ZCS 8.0.6.
    Overall, it sounds like your RPM db is corrupt.
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    I run --platform-override because my environment is an AWS CentOS AMI, i believe has some differences from pure CentOS. I said that cos when i tried without --platform-override, i got the error:

    'You appear to be installing packages on a platform different than platform for which they were built.'

    Name/Version of my distribution: Amazon Linux AMI

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    Quote Originally Posted by victorkurauchi View Post
    I run --platform-override because my environment is an AWS CentOS AMI, i believe has some differences from pure CentOS......
    That would not be a supported platform and ZCS is not built for, nor tested on, that platform - getting it to run may be problematic and you'll get no support for it.
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    thanks phoenix!! i'll give a try in a pure CentOS.

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    Is it possible to downgrade from version 8.0.6 to 8.0.5 ?

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    As you said about rpmdb. when i run yum update, i see the message RPMDB altered outside of yum.

    To fix that, i run yum clean all, but still the same error when installing zimbra...

    preparing packages...
    file /opt/zimbra/lib from install of zimbra-store-8.0.6_GA_5922.RHEL6_64-20131203103705.x86_64 conflicts with file from package zimbra-core-8.0.6_GA_5922.RHEL6_64-20131203103705.x86_64

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