CUCM Cluster Not sync

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For every server, shows if you can read from the local and publisher databases.

Local and publisher databases accessible.

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Server Publisher DB Reachable Local DB Reachable

192.168.97.10 true true

192.168.97.11 true true

Unified CM Database Status Shows if replication is good or bad.

RTMT Counter Information

All servers do not have a replication count of 412.

Not all servers have a good replication status. See the details.

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Server Number of Replicates Created Replicate_State

192.168.97.10 412 4 - setup failed

192.168.97.11 0 0 - initializing

Server Host Information

192.168.97.10

#This file was generated by the /etc/hosts cluster manager.

#It is automatically updated as nodes are added, changed, removed from the cluster.

127.0.0.1 localhost

192.168.97.10 ccm-pub.uccisco.com ccm-pub

192.168.97.13 CUPS.uccisco.com CUPS

192.168.97.11 ccm-sub.uccisco.com ccm-sub

192.168.97.11

#This file was generated by the /etc/hosts cluster manager.

#It is automatically updated as nodes are added, changed, removed from the cluster.

127.0.0.1 localhost

192.168.97.11 ccm-sub.uccisco.com ccm-sub

192.168.97.10 ccm-pub.uccisco.com ccm-pub

192.168.97.13 CUPS.uccisco.com CUPS

Tommer Catlin Mon, 06/01/2009 - 06:34

Check your NTP time is insync on the publisher.

Sometimes simply rebooting the publisher and or the subscriber will get it back. If it's a new setup, and you have wasted more than 4 hours trying to fix the subscriber, reload it. It only takes 1-2 hours to reload it and set it backup.

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