What to do about CME Flash Wear?

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Our CME installation is "new" so I'm sure it probably won't be an issue for us anytime soon, but I see from the Unity GUI that our "Flash Wear" is .04%. This begs the question of what to do when it reaches a higher percentage? I know you can "format flash:" from the router, but is that needed when Flash Wear exceeds...what...20%? What threshold(s) should I be concerned with and what are my options for when my Flash Wear gets too high? I tried searching for help on this topic at Cisco.com and the only hits I was able to receive were regarding SNMP Trap variables.


Please advise. Thanks.

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paolo bevilacqua Wed, 03/12/2008 - 08:19
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Hi, the "problem" is limited to aim-cue.


The flash in there is replaceable for if and when it becomes unusable.


NM-cue has an hard-disk, so no issue.


Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!


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