Google couldn’t help with this one. Everywhere I searched, I came with I don’t want to say wrong but not applicable to my environment. To make a long story short, I needed to reboot “zmcontrol”. Everything I found kept directing me to the command being in the root directory. Come to find out the commands to run services and the server are actually in:
My next issue came with using a sudo command to restart “zmcontrol”. I found that without being logged into “root” or knowing the root’s password a normal user would just have to run the command:
“sudo -u zimbra ./zmcontrol stop”
“sudo -u zimbra ./zmcontrol start” or
“sudo -u zimbra ./zmcontrol restart”
Depending on your flavor of restarts.
When I ran a “status” command though I ran into the following issue:
I tried manually restarting those services the same way I restarted “zmcontrol”. With no luck. The services would start then stop again. Without much knowledge of the Linux command line, I wasn’t sure how to continue from here. I turned to our Linux guru and after giving him a few minutes to poke around he came to the conclusion that those problem services need to be started first before running the “zmcontrol” commands.