wiki and the forums, that's been mentioned once or twice.
It's been observed that on CentOS the default configuration may not allow zimbra to start.
You may see many /bin/unicode_start processes running that take up memory and CPU
Edit the file /etc/sysconfig/i18n from something like this:
To something like this (no references to UTF-8):
Or, a solution that seems to work for most:
Remove or comment out all lines that contain UTF-8
Sorry You got there just before me
It would be more useful if you invested you time/typing answering the questions (you know, like a really short answer then say "for more details... lookit up on the wiki or the forums") instead of deflecting them to "search the forums / read the wiki"...
Of course thats just my opinion...
Getting back to the question on hand, I ask because I have not done that, and my server is running just fine (as far as I can see...) no process is using more than 3% of resources.
But i'll look into it to see if this would improve the performance.
So, I would need to know what its for so I can look for the difference on my setup, if any... and THEN decide if I need to do it or not.
I apologize if I seem mean/out-of-line but the first 2 questions I asked here (on the forums) your answer was "search the forums"... then as I was searching the forums I found a post that seemed to have what I was looking for, but the answer given by you was "search the forums...it has been answered before" or something to the same meaning... SO I got a little discouraged (and pissed-off)
So, anyways, I have not done any changes like the one mentioned on step 14... and its working just fine...
All the steps in the guide are there because those are the steps i proformed
to get a working installation,
After reading through forums and wiki and only finding bits a pieces that helped i thought it would be better to make some kind of guide with all the step to cover any issues and give people just one place to find all the information they need.
To get a working Centos5 Zimbra Installation.
Just for posterity Without getting into it step by step I did basically the same things save step 14 (didn't change anything and haven't run into any issues).
To address the:
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