I've a Zimbra Release 6.0.8_GA_2661.DEBIAN5 DEBIAN5 FOSS edition installed on a Debian 5.0. My main disk was running low on space, so I've mounted an additional disk, shutted down zimbra, rsync-ed /opt/zimbra to the new disk, renamed /opt/zimbra to /opt/zimbra_old and mounted the new disk as /opt/zimbra
Trying to run zimbra with '/etc/init.d/zimbra start' complains about missing zmcontrol. So I've added /opt/zimbra/.bashrc with the following content:
however, when I type "su - zimbra" the path doesn't get set and even with the following command it doesn't work.
$ sudo su - zimbra -c "source /opt/zimbra/.bashrc; echo $PATH" /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin
I've managed to start the server with:
sudo su zimbra -c "source /opt/zimbra/.bashrc ; /opt/zimbra/bin/zmcontrol start" Host xxxx.com Starting ldap...Done. Starting logger...Failed. Starting logswatch...Unable to determine platform because /opt/zimbra/.platform does not exist. failed. Starting mailbox...Done. Starting antispam...Done. Starting antivirus...Done. Starting snmp...Done. Starting spell...Done. Starting mta...Done. Starting stats...Done.
I can't find the .platform file even in the original directory.
Apart all these problems the server is now running but I would be happy to fix the problems, anyone has hints? Thank you so much in advance!