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== Changing the zimbra server's hostname ==
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The following article outlines how to use '''zmsetservername''' to change the Zimbra server's hostname.  Please note that the usage of this CLI command differs depending on what version of ZCS you are running.
  
The commands
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==Syntax==
  su - zimbra
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./zmsetservername [-h] [-d] [-f] [-s] [-o <prev servername>] [-v+] -n
  zmcontrol stop
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<servername>
  /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmsetservername <NEW_HOSTNAME>
 
  
will set the zimbra server's name to <NEW_HOSTNAME>
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===Description===
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Changes the name of the local zimbra server.
  
Now update the ip address(es) and host name(s) for the server(s).
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===Options===
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{|style="width:100%" border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
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! align="left" style="color:white;" bgcolor="#0087c3" |Name
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! align="left" style="color:white;" bgcolor="#0087c3" |Description
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|-
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|<nowiki>--help</nowiki>
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|Displays usage options for '''zmsetservername'''.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--force</nowiki>
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|Force the rename, bypassing safety checks.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--oldServerName</nowiki>
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|'''<oldname>''' Previous name for the server.  Defaults to LC zimbra_server_hostname.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--newServerName</nowiki>
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|'''<newname>''' New name for the server.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--deletelogger</nowiki>
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|Delete the logger database for the old server.  Default is to remap its data to the new hostname.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--skipusers</nowiki>
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|Skips modifying the user database with the new server.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--usersonly</nowiki>
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|Only updates the user database.  This way, you can run once to do all the server updates, and then a second time to update the accounts.  Likely
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requires --force.
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|-
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|<nowiki>--verbose</nowiki>
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|Set the verbosity level.  Can be specified multiple times to increase the level.
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|}
  
Restarting services on all hosts is required after this operation
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=Steps to change the hostname at Server level=
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*1.- The first step is take a complete Zimbra Backup, Snapshot, and VM Backup, or all of them if you have the chance.
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*2.- Backup your actual folder /opt/zimbra/ssl/zimbra/ you will need later
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Deploy a SSL Self-signed instead your commercial one
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/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr createca -new
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/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr createcrt -new -subjectAltNames <servername> -days 365
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/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr deploycrt self
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/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr deployca
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/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr viewdeployedcrt
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zmcontrol restart
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*3.- Change the hostname in '''/etc/hosts'''. Note that if you are running '''dnsmasq''' in your server, you should have both hostnames in the /etc/hosts like:
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<pre>
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127.0.0.1      localhost.localdomain  localhost
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192.168.211.20  NEWHOSTNAME.example.com        NEWHOSTNAME
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192.168.211.20  OLDHOSTNAME.example.com        OLDHOSTNAME
  
Don't forget to also make changes to the /etc/hosts file to reflect the new name after you changed it with zmsetservername
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# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
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::1    localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
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ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
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ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
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</pre>
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If not you will obtain the next error:
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Unable to contact ldap://OLDHOSTNAME.example.com:389: Invalid argument
  
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*4.- Change the hostname in '''/etc/hostname'''
  
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=Steps to change the hostname at DNS level=
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You need to create or change the DNS, A and MX entry at your DNS level.
  
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==Example using dnsmasq in Single-Server==
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For example, running a Single-Server using dnsmasq, you need to edit the dnsmasq.conf file and change the next files with your new values:
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server=8.8.8.8
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server=208.67.222.222
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domain=example.com
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mx-host=example.com,<servername>.example.com,5
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listen-address=127.0.0.1
  
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Restart the dnsmasq service:
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service dnsmasq restart
  
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==Bind server or another DNS in other server==
Not checked for reliability-someone recently mentioned:
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If you have an external DNS server, you need to create a new A entry for the new hostname, and change the MX to point to the new hostname. It is important don't delete yet the old hostname A entry or you will obtain the next error:
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Unable to contact ldap://OLDHOSTNAME.example.com:389: Invalid argument
  
"I decided to just try ZmSetServerName
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=Steps to change the Zimbra server's hostname using zmsetservername=
If you follow the directions exactly (stopping the services first), you get an error. If, instead, you just run the command, there is no error, and it stops the services automatically. That seems to have solved my "problem", or at least alleviated my fears. Since the internal DNS lists both domains fully, I'm not too worried about any leftover domain issues."
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Use the following steps to change the Zimbra server's hostname using the '''zmsetservername''' command line utility.
http://www.zimbra.com/forums/installation/8530-question-about-host-names.html#post45154
 
  
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*1.- Stop the flow of mail/Zimbra and back up your entire '''/opt/zimbra''' and any linked folders.  For more information on creating a backup, see [[:Category:Backup and Restore]].
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*2.- The new hostname must exist in the DNS before '''zmsetservername''' is run. If it does not already exist in the DNS, add the new hostname to the DNS now.
  
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'''''Note:''' <font color=red><strong>If the box is duplicate of production server, prevent this command from affecting the production server by halting communications between test and live servers.</strong></font color=red>
  
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*3.- Run the following commands:
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su - zimbra
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/opt/zimbra/libexec/zmsetservername -n <servername>
  
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You will obtain the next output retrieving all the data of the ldap with the old hostname:
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<pre>Getting local config zimbra_server_hostname=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
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Getting local config zimbra_ldap_userdn=uid=zimbra,cn=admins,cn=zimbra
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Getting local config zimbra_ldap_password=YOURPASS
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Getting local config ldap_is_master=true
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Getting local config ldap_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com:389
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Getting local config ldap_master_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com:389
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Getting local config ldap_starttls_supported=1
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Starting ldap...already running.
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Renaming zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com to zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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Shutting down zimbra...done.
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Setting local config ldap_master_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com:389
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Setting local config ldap_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com:389
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Getting local config ldap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
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Setting local config ldap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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Getting local config av_notify_user=admin@example.com
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Getting local config av_notify_domain=example.com
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Getting local config snmp_trap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
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Setting local config snmp_trap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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Getting local config smtp_source=admin@example.com
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Getting local config smtp_destination=admin@example.com
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Setting local config zimbra_server_hostname=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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Starting ldap...done.</pre>
  
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And then, you will see the next output with all the changes with the new hostname:
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<pre>Searching for ldap server entry...done.
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Renaming cn=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
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Updating zimbraServiceHostname for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
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Updating zimbraSpellCheckURL for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
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Updating zimbraSmtpHostname for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
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Updating zimbraLogHostname for cn=config,cn=zimbra...done.
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Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=admin,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=spam.y8za6ogxq,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=ham.unqt3dpn,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=virus-quarantine.mezhhbmuys,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=galsync.r9xuodn2,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=admin,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=spam.y8za6ogxq,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=ham.unqt3dpn,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=virus-quarantine.mezhhbmuys,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=galsync.r9xuodn2,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
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Services:
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Getting local config ldap_port=389
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Reinitializing the mta config...done.
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Reinitializing the snmp config...done.</pre>
  
Someone else's OLDER method: (again take with a grain of salt)
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*4.- Delete the entry to the old hostname in /etc/hosts if you are using dnsmasq, and delete the A entry in for the old hostname in the DNS if you are running external DNS Server
  
I went through the very painful process of chaning my hostname without reinstalling zimbra. This will probably void your warranty, but it worked for me (FC4, M1):
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=Clean the zmloggerhostmap=
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Zimbra didn't clean the '''zmloggerhostmap''', so you need to remove the old hostname manually.
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Check what is the actual status of the '''zmloggerhostmap''':
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<pre>zmloggerhostmap
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Zimbra Logger Service Hostname Map
  
Change your hostname using hostname. Change your hosts file and your /etc/sysconfig/network
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---------------------    ---------------------
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DNS Hostname            Zimbra Hostname
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---------------------    ---------------------
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zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
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zimbra-sn-u14-01    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
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zimbra-sn-u14-02    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com</pre>
  
use zmprov to change the following fields to your new hostname
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Remove all the references to the old hostname:
zimbraLmtpAdvertisedName
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zmloggerhostmap -d zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
zimbraServiceHostname
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zmloggerhostmap -d zimbra-sn-u14-01    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
zimbraSmtpHostname
 
  
for example:
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You will see the next output per each delete:
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Deleted mapping for zimbra-sn-u14-01 to zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
  
zmprov cs oldserver.com zimbraLmtpAdvertisedName newserver.com ....
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Stop the Zimbra services:
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zmcontrol stop
  
Then, for every single user in your sytem (that's right), you have to do this:
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=Reboot and test the new hostname in the Admin Console=
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Do the final reboot and login in the Admin Console and navigate under '''Home > Monitor > Server Status'''
  
zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraMailHost new.domain.com
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[[File:Zimbra-renameserver-001.png|800px]]
  
I suggest writing a shell script. To get a list of users, do this or something similar:
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'''''Note:''' If you have a multi-server setup, be sure to change any corresponding references to the old hostname & restart services on all hosts.
  
zmprov gaa -v | grep '# name'
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=Check the configuration using zmlocalconfig=
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Use zmlocalconfig and zmprov to manually double-check the global config, server configs, user settings, etc.
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zmprov gacf | grep oldhostname
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zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep oldhostname
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zmlocalconfig | grep oldhostname
  
Once your done with this tedious task, do a:
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Errors are usually certificates. If you are experiencing errors, you will probably need to obtain new certs to match the new hostname.  For more information on working with certificates, see [[Administration Console and CLI Certificate Tools]]. For more information on troubleshooting certificate issues, see [[:Category:Troubleshooting Certificates]].
  
grep -il oldserver.com ~zimbra/conf/*
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==Additional Content==
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This article will not be certified at the current time, please file bugs for any errors your encounter to help improve this command.
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* Bug 10696
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* Bug 23404
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* Bug 26411 - auto re-creation of self-signed certs
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* Bug 34026
  
Change the hostname in any of the files returned by this command using vi or whatever.
 
  
Then shutdown your zimbra software:
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{{NeedSME|Jorge|SME2|Copyeditor}}
zmcontrol shutdown
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[[Category:Command Line Interface]]
 
 
Start it back up:
 
 
 
zmcontrol startup
 
 
 
The only service that will start is ldap and zmmon (for the server in question, at least). This is where it gets fun. You have to manually edit the directory as follows.
 
 
 
First figure out your DN. From ~zimbra/openldap/bin do a:
 
 
 
./ldapsearch -x | grep oldservername.com
 
 
 
You will see a line that looks like this:
 
 
 
# oldhost.domain.com, servers, zimbra
 
dn: cn=oldhost.domain.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra
 
[snip]
 
cn: oldhost.domain.com
 
 
 
This is the dn of your server. You will need to change it. To do so create a file called, for example, changes.ldif. For the above example, it would look like this:
 
 
 
cn=oldhost.domain.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra
 
cn=newhost.domain.com
 
 
 
Now, grab your zimbra_ldap_password from ~zimbra/conf/localconfig.xml.
 
 
 
Then run the following command from your ~zimbra/openldap/bin dir:
 
 
 
./ldapmodrdn -h localhost -w password_From_above -D "uid=zimbra,cn=admins,cn=zimbra" -x -r -f changes.ldif
 
 
 
Now do a zmcontrol shutdown. Then do a ps -U zimbra and kill any zimbra-related processes that are still hanging around. If you kill perl, you should clear the .pid file here:
 
 
 
/opt/zimbra/zimbramon/FIFO/zm.pid
 
 
 
Now rebuild your SSL keys for the new hostname.
 
 
 
If all went well, everything should start on a zmcontrol startup
 
 
 
One thing I didn't address is changing the hostname on statistics data in mysql, but it doesn't seem to cause a problem, so I haven't gotten around to it yet.
 
 
 
Make sure to back everything up and cross your fingers. This should really be possible through zmprov or the admin console, but beta software is fun!
 

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ZmSetServerName

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ZmSetServerName

The following article outlines how to use zmsetservername to change the Zimbra server's hostname. Please note that the usage of this CLI command differs depending on what version of ZCS you are running.

Syntax

./zmsetservername [-h] [-d] [-f] [-s] [-o <prev servername>] [-v+] -n <servername>

Description

Changes the name of the local zimbra server.

Options

Name Description
--help Displays usage options for zmsetservername.
--force Force the rename, bypassing safety checks.
--oldServerName <oldname> Previous name for the server. Defaults to LC zimbra_server_hostname.
--newServerName <newname> New name for the server.
--deletelogger Delete the logger database for the old server. Default is to remap its data to the new hostname.
--skipusers Skips modifying the user database with the new server.
--usersonly Only updates the user database. This way, you can run once to do all the server updates, and then a second time to update the accounts. Likely

requires --force.

--verbose Set the verbosity level. Can be specified multiple times to increase the level.

Steps to change the hostname at Server level

  • 1.- The first step is take a complete Zimbra Backup, Snapshot, and VM Backup, or all of them if you have the chance.
  • 2.- Backup your actual folder /opt/zimbra/ssl/zimbra/ you will need later

Deploy a SSL Self-signed instead your commercial one

/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr createca -new
/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr createcrt -new -subjectAltNames <servername> -days 365
/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr deploycrt self
/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr deployca
/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr viewdeployedcrt
zmcontrol restart
  • 3.- Change the hostname in /etc/hosts. Note that if you are running dnsmasq in your server, you should have both hostnames in the /etc/hosts like:
127.0.0.1       localhost.localdomain   localhost
192.168.211.20  NEWHOSTNAME.example.com        NEWHOSTNAME
192.168.211.20  OLDHOSTNAME.example.com        OLDHOSTNAME

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1     localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
ff02::2 ip6-allrouters

If not you will obtain the next error:

Unable to contact ldap://OLDHOSTNAME.example.com:389: Invalid argument
  • 4.- Change the hostname in /etc/hostname

Steps to change the hostname at DNS level

You need to create or change the DNS, A and MX entry at your DNS level.

Example using dnsmasq in Single-Server

For example, running a Single-Server using dnsmasq, you need to edit the dnsmasq.conf file and change the next files with your new values:

server=8.8.8.8
server=208.67.222.222
domain=example.com
mx-host=example.com,<servername>.example.com,5
listen-address=127.0.0.1

Restart the dnsmasq service:

service dnsmasq restart

Bind server or another DNS in other server

If you have an external DNS server, you need to create a new A entry for the new hostname, and change the MX to point to the new hostname. It is important don't delete yet the old hostname A entry or you will obtain the next error:

Unable to contact ldap://OLDHOSTNAME.example.com:389: Invalid argument

Steps to change the Zimbra server's hostname using zmsetservername

Use the following steps to change the Zimbra server's hostname using the zmsetservername command line utility.

  • 1.- Stop the flow of mail/Zimbra and back up your entire /opt/zimbra and any linked folders. For more information on creating a backup, see Category:Backup and Restore.
  • 2.- The new hostname must exist in the DNS before zmsetservername is run. If it does not already exist in the DNS, add the new hostname to the DNS now.

Note: If the box is duplicate of production server, prevent this command from affecting the production server by halting communications between test and live servers.

  • 3.- Run the following commands:
su - zimbra
/opt/zimbra/libexec/zmsetservername -n <servername>

You will obtain the next output retrieving all the data of the ldap with the old hostname:

Getting local config zimbra_server_hostname=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
Getting local config zimbra_ldap_userdn=uid=zimbra,cn=admins,cn=zimbra
Getting local config zimbra_ldap_password=YOURPASS
Getting local config ldap_is_master=true
Getting local config ldap_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com:389
Getting local config ldap_master_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com:389
Getting local config ldap_starttls_supported=1
Starting ldap...already running.
Renaming zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com to zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
Shutting down zimbra...done.
Setting local config ldap_master_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com:389
Setting local config ldap_url=ldap://zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com:389
Getting local config ldap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
Setting local config ldap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
Getting local config av_notify_user=admin@example.com
Getting local config av_notify_domain=example.com
Getting local config snmp_trap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
Setting local config snmp_trap_host=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
Getting local config smtp_source=admin@example.com
Getting local config smtp_destination=admin@example.com
Setting local config zimbra_server_hostname=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
Starting ldap...done.

And then, you will see the next output with all the changes with the new hostname:

Searching for ldap server entry...done.
Renaming cn=zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
Updating zimbraServiceHostname for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
Updating zimbraSpellCheckURL for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
Updating zimbraSmtpHostname for cn=zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com,cn=servers,cn=zimbra...done.
Updating zimbraLogHostname for cn=config,cn=zimbra...done.
Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=admin,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=spam.y8za6ogxq,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=ham.unqt3dpn,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=virus-quarantine.mezhhbmuys,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailHost for uid=galsync.r9xuodn2,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=admin,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=spam.y8za6ogxq,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=ham.unqt3dpn,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=virus-quarantine.mezhhbmuys,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Updating zimbraMailTransport for uid=galsync.r9xuodn2,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...done.
Services: 
Getting local config ldap_port=389
Reinitializing the mta config...done.
Reinitializing the snmp config...done.
  • 4.- Delete the entry to the old hostname in /etc/hosts if you are using dnsmasq, and delete the A entry in for the old hostname in the DNS if you are running external DNS Server

Clean the zmloggerhostmap

Zimbra didn't clean the zmloggerhostmap, so you need to remove the old hostname manually. Check what is the actual status of the zmloggerhostmap:

zmloggerhostmap
 Zimbra Logger Service Hostname Map

---------------------    ---------------------
DNS Hostname             Zimbra Hostname
---------------------    ---------------------
zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
zimbra-sn-u14-01    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com
zimbra-sn-u14-02    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com

Remove all the references to the old hostname:

zmloggerhostmap -d zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com    zimbra-sn-u14-01.example.com
zmloggerhostmap -d zimbra-sn-u14-01    zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com

You will see the next output per each delete:

Deleted mapping for zimbra-sn-u14-01 to zimbra-sn-u14-02.example.com

Stop the Zimbra services:

zmcontrol stop

Reboot and test the new hostname in the Admin Console

Do the final reboot and login in the Admin Console and navigate under Home > Monitor > Server Status

Zimbra-renameserver-001.png

Note: If you have a multi-server setup, be sure to change any corresponding references to the old hostname & restart services on all hosts.

Check the configuration using zmlocalconfig

Use zmlocalconfig and zmprov to manually double-check the global config, server configs, user settings, etc.

zmprov gacf | grep oldhostname
zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep oldhostname
zmlocalconfig | grep oldhostname

Errors are usually certificates. If you are experiencing errors, you will probably need to obtain new certs to match the new hostname. For more information on working with certificates, see Administration Console and CLI Certificate Tools. For more information on troubleshooting certificate issues, see Category:Troubleshooting Certificates.

Additional Content

This article will not be certified at the current time, please file bugs for any errors your encounter to help improve this command.

  • Bug 10696
  • Bug 23404
  • Bug 26411 - auto re-creation of self-signed certs
  • Bug 34026


Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration 8.6, 8.5, 8.0 Date Created: 08/17/2007
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ZmSetServerName Date Modified: 2015-09-05



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