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Re: Migrating Cyrus Servers



On Tue, Jan 17, 2012, at 12:57 PM, Dominique Couot wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I am in the process of changing hardware, and want to migrate all my 
> processes from one server to another. Most of it went ok, till I hit a 
> wall with Cyrus.
> 
> The old server was running under Ubuntu 10.04, the new one Ubuntu 11.04, 
> with their respective Postfix and Cyrus versions.
> 
> I reinstalled Postix, Cyrus and SASL, amavasd and other protection 
> goodies from the ubuntu repository. I copied my different config files 
> from the old server to the new one, as well as the entire mail archive 
> (/var/spool/cyrus/...).

Did you copy the metadata files as well?  I'm not sure where they go on
Ubuntu by default, but usually /var/lib/imap or similar.
 
> Both Postfix and Cyrus servers are running ok, authentication works as 
> well (tested with imtest), however when cheking the mail.log, I only see 
> authentication against localhost and not the domain...
> 
> Furthermore, when connecting through a client (roundcube), connection 
> goes through but no mailbox is encountered (ERROR message) but lets you 
> in anyway.

Definitely smells like missing metadata.

Bron.
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