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cpipes

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I am running Mailserver 6.1 Patch6 on a Mac. I move the mail store to a separate raid drive from the boot drive and now when I restart the system the server does not startup automatically and I have to start it manually. Does anyone know how I can fix this?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It seems that RAID drive is mounted too late and KMS is not able to access this disk at the start time. You have to define a dependency of KMS StartupItem on the Disks service. Edit /Library/StartupItems/Kerio MailServer/StartupParameters.plist and add following line:
 Uses  = ("Disks");

So it will look like this:
{
  Description     = "KerioMailServer";
  Provides        = ("KerioMailServer");
  Requires        = ("Network","Resolver");
  Uses            = ("Disks");
  OrderPreference = "Late";
  Messages =
  {
    start = "Starting Kerio MailServer";
    stop  = "Stopping Kerio MailServer";
  };
}


This will ensure that all disks will be mounted before KMS starts.
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