z-Push and Zimbra: How to manage/delete devices/users on your z-Push Server

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May 29, 2014 by aubreykloppers

To manage any failed devices/users on your z-Push server, all you have to do is run the

z-push-admin.php

utility.  The options are self-explanetory and the directory where you will find the utility is in

/var/www/<z-push installation directory>/

Usage:
z-push-admin.php -a ACTION [options]

Parameters:
-a list/wipe/remove/resync/clearloop
[-u] username
[-d] deviceid

Actions:
list Lists all devices and synchronized users
list -u USER Lists all devices of user USER
list -d DEVICE Lists all users of device DEVICE
wipe -u USER Remote wipes all devices of user USER
wipe -d DEVICE Remote wipes device DEVICE
wipe -u USER -d DEVICE Remote wipes device DEVICE of user USER
remove -u USER Removes all state data of all devices of user USER
remove -d DEVICE Removes all state data of all users synchronized on device DEVICE
remove -u USER -d DEVICE Removes all related state data of device DEVICE of user USER
resync -u USER -d DEVICE Resynchronizes all data of device DEVICE of user USER
clearloop Clears system wide loop detection data
clearloop -d DEVICE -u USER Clears all loop detection data of a device DEVICE and an optional user USER

That’s it!

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One thought on “z-Push and Zimbra: How to manage/delete devices/users on your z-Push Server

  1. Suck My Dick says:

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