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    Default failed upgrade, failed restore, big trouble

    I tried to upgrade 3.1.4 to 4.5.3. The upgrade failed (choked on schema updates)

    Error while running '/opt/zimbra/bin/mysql --user=zimbra --password=SAoo20h4bjrUQusGVKJZ5cQJ8C --database=zimbra --batch --skip-column-names'. at /opt/zimbra/libexec/scripts/Migrate.pm line 220, line 94.
    Tue Mar 6 11:40:50 2007: Script failed with code 1 - exiting
    UPGRADE FAILED - exiting


    So I tried to upgrade 3.1.4 over the half-installed 4.5.3, that failed, so I have to clean install 3.1.4. Done, moved on.

    Now my problems are much worse. Before doing all this I took a backup, of course. But now I can't restore from the backup. When I run 'zmrestoreldap -lb xxxxxxx' I get:

    bdb_db_open: database already in use
    backend_startup_one: bi_db_open failed! (-1)
    slap_startup failed

    When I run 'zmrestoreoffline -a all' I get:
    Error occurred: no such domain: avvenu.com

    If I reinstall and configure with the avvenu.com domain, then I get the same error, but I'm missing corp.avvenu.com.


    Everything worked fine in my staging runs

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    I figured out that after install, even if I specify 'don't start servers', the LDAP server is running. Once I stop that I can run the restoreldap successfully.

    Once I have the LDAP restored, the no such domain messages go away, too.

    The restoreoffline still fails, I'll characterize it more later.

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    Fera
    It looks like your are a network edition customer.
    If you are, then I would advise you to contact support.

    The initial error you had is covered in the forums, but it looks like you've got more going on.

    Either call, or e-mail. Either way, you need to get support involved.

    Good luck,
    john

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