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Prime License Manager 10.5 Cluster?

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Oct 4th, 2014
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Hello

I'm installing a new BE6K with version 10.5. I've see the the former ELM has been replaced by Prime License Manager and, as its precessor, it is installed automaically with Callmanager and Unity COnnection. I would like to install a standalone License Manager (on version 9,x it was possible) and here you are my questions:

 

1. Is it possible to install a standalone Prime License Manager v10.5 on a BE6K?

2. If so, can I have a 'second Prime License Manager node' on a second BE6K unit? The idea is to avoid having a single point of failure on that server

Thank you in advance for your help

 

DAni

Correct Answer by Anthony Holloway about 2 years 10 months ago

The BE6K is no different than the regular CUCM.  So, yes, you can install PLM in standalone mode.  But no, you cannot have two.

With Cisco Business Edition 6000, Prime LM would typically be co-resident with one of the 
application servers. However, if desired, it is possible to run Prime LM as a standalone virtual 
machine, but it would need to be counted against the maximum number of applications allowed on 
a Cisco Business Edition 6000 server. 

Prime LM is deployed as a non-redundant application. In the event that the Prime LM application 
becomes unavailable (for example, if the Prime LM virtual machine is experiencing operating system 
issues and it cannot boot up), the customer has 60 days to restore the Prime LM application before 
license enforcement occurs

Source: CUCM SRND

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Anthony Holloway Sat, 10/04/2014 - 18:37
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The BE6K is no different than the regular CUCM.  So, yes, you can install PLM in standalone mode.  But no, you cannot have two.

With Cisco Business Edition 6000, Prime LM would typically be co-resident with one of the 
application servers. However, if desired, it is possible to run Prime LM as a standalone virtual 
machine, but it would need to be counted against the maximum number of applications allowed on 
a Cisco Business Edition 6000 server. 

Prime LM is deployed as a non-redundant application. In the event that the Prime LM application 
becomes unavailable (for example, if the Prime LM virtual machine is experiencing operating system 
issues and it cannot boot up), the customer has 60 days to restore the Prime LM application before 
license enforcement occurs

Source: CUCM SRND

Daniel Vinyals ... Sun, 10/05/2014 - 09:14
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Hi Anthony

 

thank you very much for your answer. I'm trying to rate your comment and I don't know how I can do it

 

DAni

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