jwalls at browntransmission.com
Thu Apr 8 19:27:16 CEST 2010
I've been trying for 4 months now to upgrade my version of Kolab, with
numerous errors and failures.
First. A quick view of the KOLAB version would be appreciated. I thought I was
on 2.2.1, when in fact after digging through the mail archives I found a way
to find the version, and I was on 2.2.0.
Now, the issue. I am trying to move my server to a new Debian 5.0 server.
After MUCH searching, I think I have a plan. However, after using the shell
program to back and restore kolab, I keep getting the following error in
/var/log/messages, and kolabconf goes in a loop.
kolabconf(22939): T warning: No configuration variable corresponding to
My messages log grows to 2 GB in minutes with this message repeating.
What is it, where does it come from, and how do I fix it?
I have installed kolab 2.2.3 on the new machine (Debian 5.0) and have run
kolab_bootstrap -b to initialize the kolab installation before the restore.
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