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UCCE 9.x design with Win Server 2008 R2

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Jan 3rd, 2014
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hi all,



How should i plan my partitions in Win 2008 Server design if staging guide to UCCE 9 tells about having partiton C and D, but doesn't have reccomendations in allocations.




Our customer got 125 Call Agents, and here are recomendations for virtualising in attached file below.




In  my opinion for SQL server machines i should separate between Disk C and Disk D moving all DB data to D. But in a case of Win 2008 machines w/o SQl 2005 server possible to leave Disk C only.



Any comments would be appreciated!



KR



Andriy


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oabulaban Fri, 01/03/2014 - 11:54
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is this a virtualized environment or mcs ?

in all cases, i believe your design is based on the OVA files provided for the different components...

you'll most probably have a rogger solution (rogger, generic pg, aw/hds).. the provided OVA files on docwiki.cisco.com and the downloands section on cisco.com have the partitions set for you... you deploy the OVA files (if virtualized) and it will create them automatically.. if not virtualized, i would assume you follow the same


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Andriy Zatyshnyy Fri, 01/03/2014 - 13:49
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Thx. Indeed all mcs machines are virtualized. But i've never been thought there could be ova files for all that products. One specialist had showed me manual way. So it is difficult for me to imagine that ova files have win 2008 and sql onboard.


KR

Andriy

oabulaban Fri, 01/03/2014 - 13:57
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The OVA files don't have windows and mssql.. perhaps i mislead you with this didnt mean to...


The OVA files contain the virtual machine configuration only (how many vCPU, vRAM, vHDD, ...). The supported method for deployment of the UCCE system is to create the virtual machines using the OVA files..

For the ROGGER and AW-HDS virtual machines, the OVA file creates 2 harddisks (which will map to C and D drives). For the PG, the OVA file only contains a single harddisk (C).


You will then install windows and mssql on the virtual machines yourself. However, you don't have to worry on how many drives or the resources configuration, as this will be automatic

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