I have A/A Unity Connection 7.0 Pub and Sub. On the Pub the license is the VM subscribers, ports, etc. On the Sub the license is ports etc, minus the vm subscribers. As per Cisco docs I have the Subscriber as the primary and Publisher as the secondary in the cluster. However, after 60 days my MWI lights would not work and the cause of it is that the Subscriber has license violations. The error I get is that it thinks that I have a demo license on the subscriber. By moving the primary to the Publisher all is good, except my redundant Sub is offline. If I restart both servers all is good.
Has anyone encountered this issue? I am waiting for TAC to give me an answer, so far they are telling me to reboot the servers, which I did last night. Is there a known bug on 7.0?
Sounds like you're hitting http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/search/getBugDetails.do?method=fetchBugDetails&bugId=CSCsw75701
CSCsw75701 Bug Details
No License data sync across cluster without reboot/lic service restart
When license data is changed on a server in a failover pair, the license data is not synched between servers until a reboot is done.
Seen with Cisco Unity Connection 7.x when license information changes on one server but not another.
Fixed with Connection 7.0(1)ES35 and higher, and 7.0(2).
Login to the CLI and reboot each server by typing command "utils system restart"
If you're going to be spending time upgrading, I would highly recommend moving away from 7.0 train and upgrading to the latest 7.1(3). 7.1(3) is even having ESes written every 2 weeks to address new issues. 7.1(3) will save you from future headaches...
Hope that helps,