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nashwa_sowelam@avit.com.eg
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Message volume

Postby nashwa_sowelam@avit.com.eg » Sun May 22, 2011 8:16 am

I need to know how can I know that the message volume is full and I need to create another one


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Message volume

Postby Krishopper » Sun May 22, 2011 12:20 pm

Log into the server and do a "df" and see what % full /opt/zimbra (or /opt/zimbra/store if you have it mounted separately) is. If it's larger than what your comfort level is, then you may want to add more space.
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Message volume

Postby nashwa_sowelam@avit.com.eg » Mon May 23, 2011 2:38 am

hi Krishopper
many thanks for your reply ,yes I already issued that command ,and I have sda and sdb

SDA for system

SDB for data
and the SDB is 47% used



I just thought that there is limit for for the message store or it is related to database file that has a maximum size so I can understad that it is related to the size of the partition
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Message volume

Postby Saturdays » Mon May 23, 2011 9:17 am

[quote user="nashwa_sowelam@avit.com.eg"]hi Krishopper
many thanks for your reply ,yes I already issued that command ,and I have sda and sdb

SDA for system

SDB for data
and the SDB is 47% used



I just thought that there is limit for for the message store or it is related to database file that has a maximum size so I can understad that it is related to the size of the partition[/QUOTE]
yea, right. it depends on your partition size.

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