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The rollback function is not available anymore because the Zarafa packages are not available anymore.
If you've come here looking for a way to switch to Kopano on a Univention system, please follow https://wiki.z-hub.io/display/K4U/Migrating+from+the+old+Zarafa+Univention+Apps+to+Kopano4UCS instead,
Use the script at your own risk and only if you know what the script is doing .
The migration script needs the following dependencies
- Valid portal account on portal.kopano.com and portal.zarafa.com
- apt-transport-https (Debian / Ubuntu)
The following distributions are supported :
- Debian 7 (amd64)
- Debian 8 (amd64)
- Ubuntu 14.04 (amd64)
- RHEL/CentOS 6 (x86_64)
- RHEL/CentOS 7 (x86_64)
The latest final version of Kopano will always be installed from https://download.kopano.io/supported/core:/final/
Repositories will be added to your system in order to install Kopano Core and WebApp
The following parameter are available.
Options: -b, --backup Location to backup. -c, --scl Use software collections in RHEL -h, --help Show this help message and exit -r, --run-script Run the scipt
The script will perform the following tasks;
- backup /etc/zarafa
- stop zarafa services
- remove Zarafa
- add Kopano Core and Webapp repositories
- install Kopano
- migrate configuration files
- chown /var/lib/zarafa to kopano
- start kopano services
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or use git
git clone https://stash.kopano.io/scm/ksc/migrate.git
The script is able to migrate from the latest ZCP 7.1.x and ZCP 7.2.x final version.
If you are running a beta version the rollback function will not work.
Starting the script
By default the script will start in dryrun mode, which means that it will not change anything on the system and only print the things it would do.
Running the script with parameter -r will start the migration.
If for some reason the script fails, an automatic rollback will be triggered that will reinstall ZCP. The rollback function is only available if there was a final version of ZCP installed, rollbacks to beta versions are not supported.
For RHEL/CentOS users, the rollback function will not work if epel is installed. This is because a zcp version is available in the EPEL repository