installing/migrating kolab on a hot server possible?

Martin Konold martin.konold at
Wed Apr 20 22:59:06 CEST 2005

Am Mittwoch, 20. April 2005 21:22 schrieb Alfred Poschmann:


> Btw, this is a fairly small installation with just a handful of users.

Why do you need hot installations when only a handfull of users is affected.

But nevertheless I recommend for critical migrations a dedicated machine for 
kolab and some plans for fallback in addition to mail duplication at the 
gateway level.

And did I mention that having a very recent backup is always a good idea.

Basically what you are asking for is a typical consultants job which is not 
really Kolab specific.

-- martin

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