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Thread: [SOLVED] New IP address

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    BarthezZ Guest

    Default [SOLVED] New IP address

    Hi zimbra users/admins.

    My Situation: I run zimbra inside of an vmware virtual machine (which runs on a server somewhere in a datacenter). This isn't giving any trouble. But now I needed to move the VM to an other server, in an other ip range.

    Should be easy you think. Copyed the vmware files to serverNew and configured the new ip's. Set the hostname and IP information correct in the /etc/hosts file. And tryed to start zimbra. Now that is giving me a hard time.
    Wasn't starting properly so I started a "new" install, to upgrade my current version.
    It's currently stalling on the following error:

    Starting ldap...failed with exit code 256.
    daemon: bind(7) failed errno=99 (Cannot assign requested address)
    slap_open_listener: failed on ldap://
    Starting ldap...failed with exit code 256. is in the /etc/hosts file and is already correctly resolve-able over DNS. But it's not working how it should.

    Any suggestions?

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    BarthezZ Guest


    12381231237812'st check of my host file spotted an error... I'm an idiot :x

    excuse me fixed

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