It’s been a while since I installed Zimbra on my mail server and took the opportunity of some free time to perform the update. At first, I was a little apprehensive, since there wasn’t much documentation available. However, I forged ahead, downloaded the new version and ran the install script. When it asked me to update, I said ‘Y’ and walked away from the computer. When I came back, I had an upgraded Zimbra. Apparently, there wasn’t much documentation because there just isn’t much to document.
All in all, the server was down for maybe 5 minutes and my logged in session didn’t even hiccup. It’s always nice when software just works.
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