Page 2 of 22 FirstFirst 123412 ... LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 211

Thread: Full Server Backup and Restore of “open source version”

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Posts
    61
    Rep Power
    9

    Default

    It sounds like we HAVE to shut down the server to do a backup on the Open Source version.

    If I shut down the server and backup /opt/zimbra, is that all that is required? It does not seem that ldap and mysql dumps are necessary as the database files for both are in /opt/zimbra.

    - Rob

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Location
    San Mateo, CA
    Posts
    4,789
    Rep Power
    19

    Default

    Yes you'd have a full complete backup if you just shut down zimbra and backup /opt/zimbra. Only reason to have MySQL dumps and LDAP is that they are a bt easier to load if you needed to recover to a new machine. Otherwise you'll need to pick this data out of the various data dirs.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Calgary
    Posts
    208
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    What about maintenance mode for backups? If zimbra is set to maintance mode and then /opt/zimbra is backed up would that keep everthing in sync?

    What is the command to make zimbra go into maintenace mode? I have used
    su zimbra then
    zmcontrol maintenace
    but this might be akward using bacula

    IMPORTANT how do i check if zimbra is in maintance mode does not seem to hit the zimbra log anywhere

    ps i am using the command
    /opt/zimbra/bin/zimbra stop
    then taking my backup then running
    /opt/zimbra/bin/zimbra start

    However when i do zmcontrol status during backup i get
    ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: getDirectContext) (cause: javax.naming.CommunicationException shoemasters.com:389)
    I am thinking this is ok just means zimbra is really really shut down right?

    After running backup and the zimbra start command mentioned above zimbra comes back online and everything is good agian.
    Computer King

    http://www.computerking.ca

    Sales, Service, and Hosting
    Email, Data, and Web Packages
    Ask about web design specials

    Affiliates
    http://www.computerking.ca/pages/lin...affiliates.htm

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Posts
    44
    Rep Power
    9

    Default First attempt at a bash script for hot-backup of the Open Source Edition

    Below is my first attempt at a bash script that performs a hot-backup of the Open Source Edition. A few disclaimers:
    -I give no guarantees that this script will work for you and cannot be held liable for any damages that may occur.
    -Use at your own risk!
    -If your Zimbra server breaks, you get to keep both pieces.
    -This script has NOT been tested in a production environment.
    -This script has not had much testing at all.
    -I have not yet verified that I can perform a successful restore from the backups that are produced by this script.
    -The restore script is left as an exercise to the reader.

    A few notes about its operation:
    -The script backs up each mailbox one at a time. To do this, it sets the account to maintenance mode, copies the files under index/ and store/ and does a mysqldump of the user's MySQL database. When finished, it sets the account back to active mode.
    -Once all mailboxes have been backed up, we need to dump the Zimbra MySQL database and LDAP. To ensure consistency, we set all accounts to maintenance mode, perform the two backups, and then set all accounts back to active mode. Setting all accounts to maintenance mode may be overkill, but I'd rather be safe than sorry.
    -While a user account is in maintenance mode, the user will not be able to login. If the user was already logged in when their account was put into maintenance mode, then they can continue working in their mailbox, but they cannot receive new email until their account is set back to active mode.
    -This script currently assumes that all Zimbra mailboxes are under:
    /opt/zimbra/store/0/
    and
    /opt/zimbra/index/0/
    I would assume that once you hit a certain number of mailboxes, then
    /opt/zimbra/store/1/
    and
    /opt/zimbra/index/1/
    are created and Zimbra stores new mailboxes under these new directories. Does anybody know what that mystery number of mailboxes is?

    Here's the script, which I have creatively named "zimbra_hot_backup.sh":
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    export time=`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S`
    # Change this to the location where you want to store your backups
    export backup_dir=/media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/$time
    mkdir -p $backup_dir
    export zimbra_dir=/opt/zimbra
    export index_dir=$zimbra_dir/index
    export store_dir=$zimbra_dir/store
    
    # We need mysqldump.  If it doesn't exist,
    # copy mysql and modify it to call mysqldump.
    if [ ! -e $zimbra_dir/bin/mysqldump ]
    then
    cp $zimbra_dir/bin/mysql $zimbra_dir/bin/mysqldump
    sed -i 's|/bin/mysql |/bin/mysqldump |g' $zimbra_dir/bin/mysqldump
    fi
    
    # Get a list of all accounts and execute
    # the contents of the for-loop for each account.
    for i in `$zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov gaa`
    do
    
    # Beginning of for-loop
    
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Backing up mailbox $i
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    
    # Set zimbraAccountStatus to "maintenance"
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ma $i zimbraAccountStatus maintenance
    
    # Verify that zimbraAccountStatus got set to "maintenance"
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ga $i |grep zimbraAccountStatus
    
    # Use email address to get zimbra_id
    export zimbra_id=`$zimbra_dir/bin/mysql << EOF |grep -v index_volume_id |awk '{print $1}'
    connect zimbra
    select * from mailbox where comment = '$i';
    EOF
    `
    # For debugging only
    #echo $zimbra_id
    
    # Copy all files in $index_dir/0/$zimbra_id
    mkdir -p $backup_dir/$i/index/
    cp -r $index_dir/0/$zimbra_id/* $backup_dir/$i/index/
    du $backup_dir/$i/index/
    
    # Copy all files in $store_dir/0/$zimbra_id
    mkdir -p $backup_dir/$i/store/
    cp -r $store_dir/0/$zimbra_id/* $backup_dir/$i/store/
    du $backup_dir/$i/store/
    
    # Copy the user's MySQL database
    $zimbra_dir/bin/mysqldump mailbox$zimbra_id > $backup_dir/$i/mailbox$zimbra_id.sql
    ls -al $backup_dir/$i/mailbox$zimbra_id.sql
    
    # Set zimbraAccountStatus to "active"
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ma $i zimbraAccountStatus active
    
    # Verify that zimbraAccountStatus got set to "active"
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ga $i |grep zimbraAccountStatus
    
    # End of for-loop
    done
    
    # All mailboxes have been backed up.
    # Backup Zimbra master database and LDAP accounts database.
    # First, set all accounts to maintenance.
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Setting all accounts to maintenance mode to finish backup.
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    for i in `$zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov gaa`
    do
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ma $i zimbraAccountStatus maintenance
    done
    
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Backing up Zimbra master database
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    $zimbra_dir/bin/mysqldump zimbra > $backup_dir/zimbra.sql
    ls -al $backup_dir/zimbra.sql
    
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Backing up LDAP accounts database
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    su - zimbra -c "$zimbra_dir/bin/zmslapcat /tmp/"
    cp /tmp/ldap.bak $backup_dir/
    rm /tmp/ldap.bak
    ls -al $backup_dir/ldap.bak
    
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Setting all accounts to active mode.
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    for i in `$zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov gaa`
    do
    $zimbra_dir/bin/zmprov ma $i zimbraAccountStatus active
    done
    
    echo
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    echo Backup is complete!
    echo --------------------------------------------------------
    Here's some example output of the script in action:
    Code:
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Backing up mailbox test1@example.com
    --------------------------------------------------------
    zimbraAccountStatus: maintenance
    128     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/index/index/0
    160     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/index/index
    192     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/index/
    64      /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/store/msg/0
    96      /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/store/msg
    128     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/store/
    -rwxr-xr-x  1 root root 6084 Dec 15 09:44 /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test1@example.com/mailbox72.sql
    zimbraAccountStatus: active
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Backing up mailbox test2@example.com
    --------------------------------------------------------
    zimbraAccountStatus: maintenance
    128     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/index/index/0
    160     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/index/index
    192     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/index/
    64      /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/store/msg/0
    96      /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/store/msg
    128     /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/store/
    -rwxr-xr-x  1 root root 6084 Dec 15 09:44 /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/test2@example.com/mailbox73.sql
    zimbraAccountStatus: active
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Setting all accounts to maintenance mode to finish backup.
    --------------------------------------------------------
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Backing up Zimbra master database
    --------------------------------------------------------
    -rwxr-xr-x  1 root root 16213 Dec 15 09:49 /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/zimbra.sql
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Backing up LDAP accounts database
    --------------------------------------------------------
    -rwxr-xr-x  1 root root 175956 Dec 15 09:49 /media/NO_NAME/zimbra/hot_backup/2005-12-15_09-25-35/ldap.bak
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Setting all accounts to active mode.
    --------------------------------------------------------
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Backup is complete!
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Last edited by mubley; 12-15-2005 at 10:43 AM. Reason: Typo in script

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Calgary
    Posts
    208
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    Thanks for the way cool post i will try tonight.
    Computer King

    http://www.computerking.ca

    Sales, Service, and Hosting
    Email, Data, and Web Packages
    Ask about web design specials

    Affiliates
    http://www.computerking.ca/pages/lin...affiliates.htm

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Calgary
    Posts
    208
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    I have tried the script submitted by mubley but i get a very large backup dir 17G which does not seem to make sense since that is larger than all other dirs put together. Anyone have any ideas what might cause this?

    Code:
    [root@shoemasters zimbra]# du -h --max-depth=1
    8.2M    ./clamav-0.85.1
    9.9M    ./snmp-5.1.2
    15M     ./redolog
    5.8M    ./openldap-2.2.28
    16K     ./.ssh
    45M     ./index
    12M     ./aspell-0.60.3
    13M     ./lib
    928K    ./conf
    17M     ./zimbramon
    87M     ./mysql-standard-4.1.10a-pc-linux-gnu-i686
    1.3M    ./cyrus-sasl-2.1.21.ZIMBRA
    284M    ./logger
    14M     ./amavisd
    4.0K    ./backup
    84K     ./ssl
    262M    ./log
    680K    ./bin
    4.0K    ./openldap-replica
    17G     ./hot_backup
    17M     ./openldap-data
    3.2G    ./store
    417M    ./db
    104K    ./libexec
    20M     ./sleepycat-4.2.52.4
    4.0K    ./convertd
    132K    ./doc
    78M     ./jakarta-tomcat-5.5.7
    28M     ./httpd-2.0.54
    140M    ./jdk1.5.0_05
    29M     ./postfix-2.2.3
    21G     .
    Computer King

    http://www.computerking.ca

    Sales, Service, and Hosting
    Email, Data, and Web Packages
    Ask about web design specials

    Affiliates
    http://www.computerking.ca/pages/lin...affiliates.htm

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Posts
    44
    Rep Power
    9

    Default How many backups do you have under hot_backup/ ?

    The script creates backups in the hot_backup/ folder but doesn't delete old backups. So if you've run the script four or five times, then 17G would be reasonable. Try this:
    Code:
    cd /path/to/your/hot_backup
    du -h --max-depth=1
    I'm guessing you get something like this:
    Code:
    4.25G    ./2005-12-13_13-33-27
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_15-29-20
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_15-32-32
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_16-22-23
    Each directory inside of backup_dir is named with the date and time that the backup was started. For example, the first backup was started on December 13, 2005 at 1:33 PM.

    If you need to clear some space, you can delete the older backups like this:
    Code:
    rm -rf /path/to/your/hot_backup/2005-12-13_13-33-27

  8. #18
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Calgary
    Posts
    208
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    No i only took one backup and it is 17 gigs

    [rmvg@shoemasters hot_backup]$ du -h --max-depth=1
    17G ./2005-12-21_19-58-55
    25G .

    here are the guts of the dated dir some accounts are huge but when i check the contents there are only a couple of messages. For example rwss920@redwingshoes.ca the guy barly even uses his email and has a max quota of 250m yet the backup is 3.3G. Strange heh

    28K ./rhea@redwingshoes.ca
    3.3G ./rwss920@redwingshoes.ca
    192K ./test@computerking.ca
    92K ./higap@computerking.ca
    88K ./edward@redwingshoes.ca
    219M ./jeevest@classicautographics.com
    15M ./dan@redwingshoes.ca
    40M ./zak@classicautographics.com
    88K ./kingsway@shoemasters.com
    3.7M ./northlands@shoemasters.com
    2.4M ./king@shoemasters.com
    8.9M ./rwss919@redwingshoes.ca
    64K ./admin@sculpturaldesign.ca
    56M ./stewartr@computerking.ca
    148M ./classic@classicautographics.com
    1.2M ./bonniedoon@shoemasters.com
    45M ./quyen@shoemasters.com
    3.6M ./bowvalley@shoemasters.com
    20M ./andersont@ybotstudios.com
    396K ./southgate@shoemasters.com
    3.3G ./pearsonr@classicautographics.com
    56K ./burnaby@redwingshoes.ca
    2.1M ./rwss914@redwingshoes.ca
    72K ./daysong@computerking.ca
    64K ./keatingc@sculpturaldesign.ca
    1.2M ./hillr@shoemasters.com
    624K ./chinook@shoemasters.com
    2.3M ./kennedy@redwingshoes.ca
    2.7M ./lethbridge@shoemasters.com
    201M ./sharpd@classicautographics.com
    2.4G ./hill@shoemasters.com
    100K ./rwss924@redwingshoes.ca
    124K ./marketmall@shoemasters.com
    3.3G ./billqun@computerking.ca
    80K ./southcenter@shoemasters.com
    3.6M ./admin@shoemasters.com
    16M ./rwss923@redwingshoes.ca
    72K ./tdsquare@shoemasters.com
    64K ./salloumb@sculpturaldesign.ca
    80K ./damien@redwingshoes.ca
    64K ./graeme@graemehill.com
    3.3G ./londonderry@shoemasters.com
    60K ./sergio@redwingshoes.ca
    72K ./kt@computerking.ca
    72K ./acadia@shoemasters.com
    148K ./lyn@computerking.ca
    14M ./damon@computerking.ca
    60K ./mitch@computerking.ca
    68M ./luck@computerking.ca
    4.0M ./rwss918@redwingshoes.ca
    72K ./pete@computerking.ca
    9.0M ./warren@computerking.ca
    3.4M ./rwss925@redwingshoes.ca
    100K ./ken@redwingshoes.ca
    17G .

    Quote Originally Posted by mubley
    The script creates backups in the hot_backup/ folder but doesn't delete old backups. So if you've run the script four or five times, then 17G would be reasonable. Try this:
    Code:
    cd /path/to/your/hot_backup
    du -h --max-depth=1
    I'm guessing you get something like this:
    Code:
    4.25G    ./2005-12-13_13-33-27
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_15-29-20
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_15-32-32
    4.25G    ./2005-12-14_16-22-23
    Each directory inside of backup_dir is named with the date and time that the backup was started. For example, the first backup was started on December 13, 2005 at 1:33 PM.

    If you need to clear some space, you can delete the older backups like this:
    Code:
    rm -rf /path/to/your/hot_backup/2005-12-13_13-33-27
    Computer King

    http://www.computerking.ca

    Sales, Service, and Hosting
    Email, Data, and Web Packages
    Ask about web design specials

    Affiliates
    http://www.computerking.ca/pages/lin...affiliates.htm

  9. #19
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Posts
    44
    Rep Power
    9

    Default

    Try this:
    Code:
    cd rwss920@redwingshoes.ca
    du -h
    so we can see exactly what is taking up 3.3GB.

    Quote Originally Posted by rmvg
    No i only took one backup and it is 17 gigs

    [rmvg@shoemasters hot_backup]$ du -h --max-depth=1
    17G ./2005-12-21_19-58-55
    25G .

    here are the guts of the dated dir some accounts are huge but when i check the contents there are only a couple of messages. For example rwss920@redwingshoes.ca the guy barly even uses his email and has a max quota of 250m yet the backup is 3.3G. Strange heh

    28K ./rhea@redwingshoes.ca
    3.3G ./rwss920@redwingshoes.ca
    (snip)

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Location
    Calgary
    Posts
    208
    Rep Power
    10

    Default

    32K ./index/7/index/0
    36K ./index/7/index
    40K ./index/7
    8.0K ./index/52/index/0
    12K ./index/52/index
    16K ./index/52
    32K ./index/40/index/0
    36K ./index/40/index
    40K ./index/40
    28K ./index/30/index/0
    32K ./index/30/index
    36K ./index/30
    24K ./index/29/index/0
    28K ./index/29/index
    32K ./index/29
    64K ./index/5/index/0
    68K ./index/5/index
    72K ./index/5
    8.0K ./index/2/index/0
    12K ./index/2/index
    16K ./index/2
    112K ./index/19/index/0
    116K ./index/19/index
    120K ./index/19
    20K ./index/50/index/0
    24K ./index/50/index
    28K ./index/50
    136K ./index/8/index/0
    140K ./index/8/index
    144K ./index/8
    8.0K ./index/46/index/0
    12K ./index/46/index
    16K ./index/46
    132K ./index/6/index/0
    136K ./index/6/index
    140K ./index/6
    656K ./index/22/index/0
    660K ./index/22/index
    664K ./index/22
    20K ./index/62/index/0
    24K ./index/62/index
    28K ./index/62
    8.0K ./index/17/index/0
    12K ./index/17/index
    16K ./index/17
    1.9M ./index/25/index/0
    1.9M ./index/25/index
    1.9M ./index/25
    20K ./index/61/index/0
    24K ./index/61/index
    28K ./index/61
    72K ./index/11/index/0
    76K ./index/11/index
    80K ./index/11
    164K ./index/47/index/0
    168K ./index/47/index
    172K ./index/47
    72K ./index/36/index/0
    76K ./index/36/index
    80K ./index/36
    28K ./index/39/index/0
    32K ./index/39/index
    36K ./index/39
    108K ./index/41/index/0
    112K ./index/41/index
    116K ./index/41
    580K ./index/27/index/0
    584K ./index/27/index
    588K ./index/27
    24K ./index/38/index/0
    28K ./index/38/index
    32K ./index/38
    132K ./index/9/index/0
    136K ./index/9/index
    140K ./index/9
    20K ./index/58/index/0
    24K ./index/58/index
    28K ./index/58
    24K ./index/24/index/0
    28K ./index/24/index
    32K ./index/24
    92K ./index/12/index/0
    96K ./index/12/index
    100K ./index/12
    56K ./index/37/index/0
    60K ./index/37/index
    64K ./index/37
    388K ./index/45/index/0
    392K ./index/45/index
    396K ./index/45
    28K ./index/54/index/0
    32K ./index/54/index
    36K ./index/54
    30M ./index/49/index/0
    30M ./index/49/index
    30M ./index/49
    508K ./index/28/index/0
    512K ./index/28/index
    516K ./index/28
    440K ./index/26/index/0
    444K ./index/26/index
    448K ./index/26
    8.0K ./index/16/index/0
    12K ./index/16/index
    16K ./index/16
    20K ./index/57/index/0
    24K ./index/57/index
    28K ./index/57
    5.3M ./index/18/index/0
    5.3M ./index/18/index
    5.3M ./index/18
    20K ./index/59/index/0
    24K ./index/59/index
    28K ./index/59
    104K ./index/15/index/0
    108K ./index/15/index
    112K ./index/15
    48K ./index/53/index/0
    52K ./index/53/index
    56K ./index/53
    28K ./index/14/index/0
    32K ./index/14/index
    36K ./index/14
    336K ./index/33/index/0
    340K ./index/33/index
    344K ./index/33
    392K ./index/1/index/0
    396K ./index/1/index
    400K ./index/1
    68K ./index/21/index/0
    72K ./index/21/index
    76K ./index/21
    24K ./index/31/index/0
    28K ./index/31/index
    32K ./index/31
    232K ./index/20/index/0
    236K ./index/20/index
    240K ./index/20
    108K ./index/23/index/0
    112K ./index/23/index
    116K ./index/23
    292K ./index/13/index/0
    296K ./index/13/index
    300K ./index/13
    16K ./index/34/index/0
    20K ./index/34/index
    24K ./index/34
    764K ./index/10/index/0
    768K ./index/10/index
    772K ./index/10
    40K ./index/43/index/0
    44K ./index/43/index
    48K ./index/43
    24K ./index/44/index/0
    28K ./index/44/index
    32K ./index/44
    32K ./index/56/index/0
    36K ./index/56/index
    40K ./index/56
    184K ./index/4/index/0
    188K ./index/4/index
    192K ./index/4
    20K ./index/60/index/0
    24K ./index/60/index
    28K ./index/60
    28K ./index/35/index/0
    32K ./index/35/index
    36K ./index/35
    24K ./index/55/index/0
    28K ./index/55/index
    32K ./index/55
    8.0K ./index/51/index/0
    12K ./index/51/index
    16K ./index/51
    28K ./index/42/index/0
    32K ./index/42/index
    36K ./index/42
    8.0K ./index/3/index/0
    12K ./index/3/index
    16K ./index/3
    8.0K ./index/48/index/0
    12K ./index/48/index
    16K ./index/48
    32K ./index/32/index/0
    36K ./index/32/index
    40K ./index/32
    45M ./index
    264K ./store/7/msg/0
    268K ./store/7/msg
    272K ./store/7
    4.0K ./store/52
    64K ./store/40/msg/0
    68K ./store/40/msg
    72K ./store/40
    32K ./store/30/msg/0
    36K ./store/30/msg
    40K ./store/30
    20K ./store/29/msg/0
    24K ./store/29/msg
    28K ./store/29
    1.1M ./store/5/msg/0
    1.1M ./store/5/msg
    1.1M ./store/5
    952K ./store/19/msg/0
    956K ./store/19/msg
    960K ./store/19
    16K ./store/50/msg/0
    20K ./store/50/msg
    24K ./store/50
    4.4M ./store/8/msg/0
    4.4M ./store/8/msg
    4.4M ./store/8
    4.0K ./store/46
    3.8M ./store/6/msg/0
    3.8M ./store/6/msg
    3.8M ./store/6
    19M ./store/22/msg/0
    19M ./store/22/msg
    19M ./store/22
    16K ./store/62/msg/0
    20K ./store/62/msg
    24K ./store/62
    146M ./store/25/msg/0
    146M ./store/25/msg
    146M ./store/25
    16K ./store/61/msg/0
    20K ./store/61/msg
    24K ./store/61
    3.5M ./store/11/msg/0
    3.5M ./store/11/msg
    3.5M ./store/11
    980K ./store/47/msg/0
    984K ./store/47/msg
    988K ./store/47
    1.9M ./store/36/msg/0
    2.0M ./store/36/msg
    2.0M ./store/36
    32K ./store/39/msg/0
    36K ./store/39/msg
    40K ./store/39
    13M ./store/41/msg/0
    13M ./store/41/msg
    13M ./store/41
    200M ./store/27/msg/0
    200M ./store/27/msg
    200M ./store/27
    20K ./store/38/msg/0
    24K ./store/38/msg
    28K ./store/38
    8.7M ./store/9/msg/0
    8.7M ./store/9/msg
    8.8M ./store/9
    12K ./store/58/msg/0
    16K ./store/58/msg
    20K ./store/58
    20K ./store/24/msg/0
    24K ./store/24/msg
    28K ./store/24
    3.6M ./store/12/msg/0
    3.6M ./store/12/msg
    3.6M ./store/12
    3.3M ./store/37/msg/0
    3.3M ./store/37/msg
    3.3M ./store/37
    14M ./store/45/msg/0
    14M ./store/45/msg
    14M ./store/45
    28K ./store/54/msg/0
    32K ./store/54/msg
    36K ./store/54
    344M ./store/49/msg/0
    109M ./store/49/msg/7
    418M ./store/49/msg/5
    206M ./store/49/msg/2
    330M ./store/49/msg/6
    363M ./store/49/msg/1
    287M ./store/49/msg/4
    296M ./store/49/msg/3
    2.3G ./store/49/msg
    2.3G ./store/49
    40M ./store/28/msg/0
    40M ./store/28/msg
    40M ./store/28
    218M ./store/26/msg/0
    218M ./store/26/msg
    218M ./store/26
    4.0K ./store/16
    12K ./store/57/msg/0
    16K ./store/57/msg
    20K ./store/57
    13M ./store/18/msg/0
    6.8M ./store/18/msg/2
    41M ./store/18/msg/1
    60M ./store/18/msg
    60M ./store/18
    12K ./store/59/msg/0
    16K ./store/59/msg
    20K ./store/59
    2.6M ./store/15/msg/0
    2.6M ./store/15/msg
    2.6M ./store/15
    2.2M ./store/53/msg/0
    2.2M ./store/53/msg
    2.2M ./store/53
    44K ./store/14/msg/0
    48K ./store/14/msg
    52K ./store/14
    8.5M ./store/33/msg/0
    8.5M ./store/33/msg
    8.5M ./store/33
    3.1M ./store/1/msg/0
    3.1M ./store/1/msg
    3.1M ./store/1
    520K ./store/21/msg/0
    524K ./store/21/msg
    528K ./store/21
    20K ./store/31/msg/0
    24K ./store/31/msg
    28K ./store/31
    56M ./store/20/msg/0
    56M ./store/20/msg
    56M ./store/20
    14M ./store/23/msg/0
    14M ./store/23/msg
    14M ./store/23
    45M ./store/13/msg/0
    45M ./store/13/msg
    45M ./store/13
    12K ./store/34/msg/0
    16K ./store/34/msg
    20K ./store/34
    15M ./store/10/msg/0
    15M ./store/10/msg
    15M ./store/10
    324K ./store/43/msg/0
    328K ./store/43/msg
    332K ./store/43
    20K ./store/44/msg/0
    24K ./store/44/msg
    28K ./store/44
    128K ./store/56/msg/0
    132K ./store/56/msg
    136K ./store/56
    2.1M ./store/4/msg/0
    2.1M ./store/4/msg
    2.1M ./store/4
    16K ./store/60/msg/0
    20K ./store/60/msg
    24K ./store/60
    44K ./store/35/msg/0
    48K ./store/35/msg
    52K ./store/35
    28K ./store/55/msg/0
    32K ./store/55/msg
    36K ./store/55
    4.0K ./store/51
    24K ./store/42/msg/0
    28K ./store/42/msg
    32K ./store/42
    4.0K ./store/3
    4.0K ./store/48
    84K ./store/32/msg/0
    88K ./store/32/msg
    92K ./store/32
    3.2G ./store
    3.3G .



    Quote Originally Posted by mubley
    Try this:
    Code:
    cd rwss920@redwingshoes.ca
    du -h
    so we can see exactly what is taking up 3.3GB.
    Computer King

    http://www.computerking.ca

    Sales, Service, and Hosting
    Email, Data, and Web Packages
    Ask about web design specials

    Affiliates
    http://www.computerking.ca/pages/lin...affiliates.htm

Similar Threads

  1. mailbox backup & restore on open source version
    By Artturi in forum Administrators
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 07-30-2010, 04:26 PM
  2. Restore single account failed from full backup
    By fmodola in forum Administrators
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 06-20-2007, 05:27 AM
  3. 3 testing: LDAP: 389 Failed when restore zimbra
    By victorLeong in forum Administrators
    Replies: 15
    Last Post: 05-24-2007, 06:45 AM
  4. copying only last full backup to store offsite
    By riccadus in forum Administrators
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 01-11-2007, 12:29 AM
  5. Zimbra Full Backup and Restore???
    By jgao in forum Administrators
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 01-19-2006, 12:34 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •