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    Quote Originally Posted by ppdeonet View Post
    Thanks, unfortunately I get too many messages when doing the search (search -t message zextras)
    and I can't get the message id because it scrolls off my screen.
    Use the following command to have a scrollable, narrowed down list of items:

    Code:
    zmmailbox -z -m admin@example.com search -t message -l 1000 "Full Scan" | less
    Read a single item with the following command:
    Code:
    zmmailbox -z -m admin@example.com gm {id}

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    Discovered the following message in one of the more recent mailbox logs:
    471 FATAL
    I/O Exception in writing content file

    The date and time is consistent with the last modification time of files in the export directory
    so I guess this is why the fullScan stopped.
    Don't know what cause the I/O error though.
    Do you guys have any clue ?

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    To add a little mystery:
    I just looked into zxbackup-log-fullscan and the last entry there is from just before midnight the day before the FullScan stopped.
    I don't know what happened, also do I have to start all over or is there a way to resume fullScan from where it stopped ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppdeonet View Post
    To add a little mystery:
    I just looked into zxbackup-log-fullscan and the last entry there is from just before midnight the day before the FullScan stopped.
    I don't know what happened, also do I have to start all over or is there a way to resume fullScan from where it stopped ?
    I'll talk with d0s_0n and the devs in order to see what could have caused the I/O error, in the meanwhile let me reassure you: the FullScan procedure aligns the backup data with the actual data on the Zimbra store, so restarting the FullScan will just quickly check the existing items (you'll see a lot of "Item Skipped" lines in the logs) and then start writing new data

    Can you please send me the full error trace via email (community@zextras.com)?

    Also, please perform a disk check in order to see if there is any device-side error...

    Have a nice day,
    Cine

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    Thanks Cine, restarted the FullScan and it continues
    Will send the full error trace by email later.
    No errors on the device so far.
    Fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppdeonet View Post
    restarted the FullScan

    No errors on the device so far.
    I'd suggest you to stop the FullScan while the disk check is running

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    FullScan finished succesfully, I'm now importing the data into the new mailserver.
    So far so good, average import speed is ~1.5 times the export speed.

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    Import has finished, now testing the new mail server.
    Something is wrong with the user passwords.
    Users can not login into webmail with their passwords only administrator can.
    If I go thru the ZimbraAdmin login I can view users mail boxes and they look ok.

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    Hello Perry,

    does this happen for all users or only for some of them? Also, did you migrate from a Zimbra Network Edition server to a Zimbra Open Source Edition one? Do your users authenticate against an external LDAP/AD server?

    Please remember that the password set on the new server is the one that was on the account at the moment of the first export.

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    hi Cine,

    This happens to all users except administrator.
    Migration is from Zimbra Open Source to Zimbra Open Source
    and there's no authentication agains an external LDAP/AD server.

    Thanks,

    Perry

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