Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

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Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

Postby jholder » Wed Mar 21, 2007 11:50 am

Are you using sudo bash root, and then su to zimbra?


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Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

Postby mezza » Wed Mar 21, 2007 12:03 pm

Hi John,
I just
sudo -u zimbra
whichever command as required from my bash shell to achieve the same effect.
Should be fine as it works for all other programs that I've built on OS X Server.
BR
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Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

Postby mezza » Wed Mar 21, 2007 12:16 pm

John.
I 'su root' ed then 'su zimbra' and tried restarting Zimbra and tomcat separately. It works fine!? I get the webmail instances starting on 8443 as desired and no LDAP errors.
How come?
BR
Mezza
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Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

Postby marcmac » Wed Mar 21, 2007 12:53 pm

[quote user="mezza"]John.
I 'su root' ed then 'su zimbra' and tried restarting Zimbra and tomcat separately. It works fine!? I get the webmail instances starting on 8443 as desired and no LDAP errors.
How come?
BR
Mezza[/QUOTE]
Because sudo and su act differently. Fortunately, they both have man pages :)
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Problems with Zimbra installation on OS X Server - LDAP and Tomcat

Postby jholder » Wed Mar 21, 2007 1:15 pm

mezza,

Glad it's working. Be sure to read the Install Guide, as it covers this.
Thanks

john

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