One system here is a single node NETWORK 8.8.15 on P40. So I'm told I need to follow these instructions, rather than just zimbra-patch:
https://wiki.zimbra.com/wiki/Zimbra_Rel ... stallation
So, previously, we needed to go through a really tedious process to do single package installations, re-start services, continue with other installations, re-start services, and so on.
This time, when I started with "apt-get install zimbra-ldap-patch"
, it wants to pull in 32
of the Zimbra package updates. So I aborted. Looking at our previous patch installation process, this is how we started previously too. But I cannot recall apt-get wanting to install 32 packages when I selected to install zimbra-ldap-patch.
If I instead issue "apt-get install zimbra-common-core-jar zimbra-common-core-libs zimbra-mbox-store-libs"
, I get a slightly more sensible suggestion:
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zimbra-common-core-libs is already the newest version (184.108.40.2064166581-1.u20).
zimbra-mbox-store-libs is already the newest version (220.127.116.113926687-1.u20).
The following packages will be upgraded:
1 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 59 not upgraded.
But it's unclear (to me) if this is actually the right way for a (single node) NETWORK environment...