Server :: Logger In ZImbra Dies Out And Never Starts
Oct 30, 2010
Got a Zimbra server FOSS edition running on CentOS5.5. Everything was running fine until couple of days just found out that web administration interface just does not give the proper status. Web console says that none of the services are running which infact is not true. Only service that is not running is logger. This is the zmcontrol status output
Just the logger service is not running all the others are. But web admin interface shows all are stopped. Also it can be seen that zmlogswatchctl is not running. Starting it manually does not do any good. It does not start and it dies out by itself.I tried to google and found a couple of bugs related to logger and web interface but those were old and should have been done in this version 6.
I have got a running mail server on CentOS5.4 Final using Zimbra free edition. . Assume that domain is organization.com.local And it is running fine with users created and bugzilla running on the same machine can send mails using this server. But it can obviously send messages to the internal users. There is this option to configure it to use external mail server to send mails outside the network but my external smtp server needs an authentication.Is it possible to configure it this way to use my external server to send mails from internal domain to say gmail?
Am trying to set up a new system but am getting some strange behavoir. I've administered an Irix system before. I have opensuse 11.3 installed with gnome running. When i enter a bad user id in the windows login screen, the bad authentication causes the x window manager to crash and leaves the system in the ascii terminal mode login. I then have to login as root and do an init 3 , then init 5 to get the x server started again an get the windows login started. Has any one seen this behavior before and how can i fix this. Been hunting through /etc/X11/xdm to see what startup scripts could be causing this.
this is an error in java not knowing its classpath. IANAP, and could use some help in resolving this.I've followed the instructions available at various sites, and the installation went fine.When I start the service I get the following in the wrapper.log:
Code: root@twin:/etc# service adito console Running Adito...
I am completely new to Ubuntu so please make your answers really simple ! I want to set up a mail server for a home network and have been suggested I use the Ubuntu solutions. I am fairly proficient with Windows programs and even construct databases but I am a complete novice when it comes to command line instructions. Yes, I know I have been spoon fed!
I have been told that it is possible to install Server programs from the Desktop version and that they provide a GUI in most cases. Is that so? I have the desktop version running and up to date but I am unsure what to do next. Starting the Server ISO CD from Desktop seemed logical but when I did I was not sure if it was correct and backed out. I have also read a thread on this forum that suggests the use of Zimbra as a Mail Server, it sounded like my kind of solution so I think I would like to try that.
One last factor. I have an existing P2P network (2 Vista, 1 Mac Book and this Ub' desktop/server) running already which uses the Router for DNS. I suspect I am going to have to do things in a certain order if I am not going to go backwards and ruin the families email and surfing!
I want to setup either Zimbra, qmail or sendmail. i have no idea of these three mtas (i am new to these mail servers)but give me the suggestion that which one is better in case of security, fast routing the messages, scalibility and portability and cost.
I want you help me to configure the Zimbra mail server. I want install system mail server Zimbra, about 8000 user then How configure server ?( RAM, CPU, HDD) (account email 100MB - 300MB). forward to the help from everyone and Administrator Linux
I am having trouble configuring Zimbra to restrict sending for some users. A subdomain has been added in the ZCS web page for the domain, resulting in two potential mail addresses:
The subdomain needs to be restricted from sending mail to the outside world and to other users on the same subdomain. It should only be able to message users on the main domain. The users on the main domain should be able to email anyone in the world. Is it possible to configure this without installing Zimbra on two machines?
i have a ubuntu 10 server (as server LAMP) , i was trying to repair a couple of unix files with fsck command on directory, thinking it would apply only that directory, but it affected all system, in th end it says: "file system has changes, restart ubuntu", then services go down, after some directories fail, restart funtion do anything... i switched on again, but at start show error.
I got another ubuntu and installed damaged hard disc, but, i can see file sytem, i has been trying to repaired with TestDisk but i can't...
i want to recover mysql database at least, but a don't know what to do.... how a fsck get damaged SO
I have two servers, both running Ubuntu 11.04 Server. One is a web server, running only a LAMP stack and openssh-server. The other is running server daemons for TeamSpeak and Minecraft. Today, the game server just went down. I can access the LAN by using SSH to connect to the web server, and ping it from there. However, it won't respond to SSH or anything else. The server is a few kilometers from here, so I will be going there tomorrow.
This happened once before, probably about a month ago or something. That time, the web server was running just fine, but the game server was powered off. I thought there had been a power disruption, because when I checked the BIOS settings of the game server, it wasn't set to resume after AC power loss. The web server was set to do this, so it made sense that it would be up and running again after a brief power loss. There were also some news reports about power disruptions in my area.
The thing is, I changed the BIOS settings of the game server to make sure this wouldn't happen again. When I go there tomorrow, I will bring the server back up. However, I would like to know what caused this so that I may prevent it from occurring again. Is there a logfile or something that I can check tomorrow to find the problem?
We have a NAS application which can be accessed by both HTTP and HTTPS connections.
The issue we are facing is that the tcp server instance that initiates the HTTP access dies after a few hours of inactivity(the NAS application was kept idle for around 10 hours). However, the tcpserver that launches HTTPS connections remained running.So the connection failed through HTTP access but the connection succeeded through HTTPS access.
The converse has also been observed where the tcpserver for HTTPS is dead but tcpserver for HTTP is running.
The version of tcpserver that we are using here is ucspi-tcp-0.88.tar.gz.
I have the following queries:
a)Has anyone faced the same problem before?
b)Is it an issue with this package version of tcpserver ?
c)Will upgrading to newer versions of tcpserver bail me out of the issue?
d)Also, could anyone let me know what are the possible causes for the tcpserver to die ?
When I logout on kubuntu my xserver dies and I have to start x again manually from console. Im not to kubuntu 10.10 and I tried to check out /etc/X11/xorg.conf but its not there. on reboot xserver starts automatically. I am using opensource drivers and video card is radeon x700 pro
I updated my CentOS 5 box recently. But after then my Apache can no longer work; every time I try to start apache, it says started OK but then dies immediately and no error message at all. When I tried 'apachectl restartI', it says apache not running. It has been running fine before the update. I've looked at /var/log/httpd.log but there is not any message about my problem.
The title pretty much says it all. Once I get past GRUB, the font becomes HUGE and starts off screen. It appears to be center zoomed because I cannot see the login prompt nor anything I type. It's not really an emergency, I installed OpenSSH during the OS installation and can just turn it on and log in over SSH or start up Webmin. It just bugs me that I cannot figure this out.
There is no graphical environment installed, so it's not a video card issue. I tried adding vga=ask as a kernel flag and then tried several options, but to no avail.
When I try to install Zimbra 7.1.2, the installation fails because it cannot find sqlite. I used strace and found that it uses "rpm -q sqlite" to find the package. But it fails-"package sqlite is not installed". Although I have sqlite installed:
I'm using Ubunbtu 10.04 with Empathy 2.30.2 and Today I needed to check the history of conversations and I noticed that are not properly stored. The program keeps only a small part of discussions that were actually much longer.
This is VL Chowdary, a software engineer in Bangalore,India.I am currently working on a project that deals with "Creation of Postmortem data log file on Linux platform".The project is on Fedora 12 with Kernel22.214.171.124 version.For that i need following things.1. Find the location of core utility in the kernel.2. Find the source file that consists of actual implementation of the core utility (On Fedora's kernel 126.96.36.199)3. Based on that i want to implement a core file with my own project requirements.4. Build the kernel with the above implemented corefile replacing the existing one.I couldn't get the source file that contains the implementation of core utility.
I am attempting to install zimbra onto Ubuntu Hardy 8.04 x64 bit edition using this tarball:
However when I run the install script I get this error:
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Checking for prerequisites... FOUND: NPTL FOUND: sudo-1.6.9p10-1ubuntu3.7 FOUND: libidn11-1.1-1
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