Hope someone can help. I've just installed a new Zimbra NE server and, while migrating mailboxes to it from one of our old Sendmail servers, I suddenly realised that the partition for /root was only 70 Gbs and almost full. I had hoped the install would have gone into the large disk area under /home that I'd created for it but obviously I did something I shouldn't have done during the install and this is how we ended up.
I did the following to move the partition:
I shut down the services for Zimbra
I rsynced everything from /opt/zimbra to /home/zimbra
I did a ln -s /home/zimbra /opt/zimbra
Restarted all services
I checked the link to make sure that it's looking at /home/zimbra when changing to /opt/zimbra and it appears to be OK.
When restarting the server, it came up with an Apache error on the httpd.pid file which I deleted and it's not come back with the error.
However, now when stopping the services I get:
opendkim is not running.
zmapachectl is not running
When I try to stop and restart I get this:
Starting apache...(98)Address already in use: AH00072: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:7780
(98)Address already in use: AH00072: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:7780
no listening sockets available, shutting down
AH00015: Unable to open logs
Can anyone help with this? This is a production server which the customer is expecting to be online tomorrow and, although I've moved the mailboxes across and sync'ed them, and the server appears to be OK and allowing connections, this does worry me a great deal. Have I done something I shouldn't have done in the move?
Looking forward to hearing from you.