SQL 2005 Upgrade

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Aug 17th, 2010
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Hello all,


I upgraded my UCCE environment to CCE 7.5.5 in May but have not upgraded the Logger, HDS & AW databases to SQL 2005 yet.


Our standard procedure is to give at least 48 hour notice of a potential outage to service and I have missed that deadline due to lab testing and issues.


My question is regarding the 90 day window after the initial upgrade and what effect will it have on my databases if I do not upgrade it by before the 90 days is up?


So far I have not seen any notifications regarding the necessity of an upgrade.



Thanks in advance.


Troy

Correct Answer by jasonprescott about 6 years 8 months ago

You should have no issues.  90 days is an official supportability stance.  they want you to go to SQL 2005 as soon as possible, but you system will not cease to function after that 90 days expire.


If you were to open a service request they may ask you to upgrade before they perform any troubleshooting on your issue, so it would be in your best interest to upgrade as soon as possible.

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jasonprescott Tue, 08/17/2010 - 11:29
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You should have no issues.  90 days is an official supportability stance.  they want you to go to SQL 2005 as soon as possible, but you system will not cease to function after that 90 days expire.


If you were to open a service request they may ask you to upgrade before they perform any troubleshooting on your issue, so it would be in your best interest to upgrade as soon as possible.

tkrisher193 Tue, 08/17/2010 - 12:28
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Thanks Jason.


If figured they wouldn't just shut it down, but I wanted to make sure.


Best regards,


Troy

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