We have two roggers (rogger01 - Side A & Rogger02 -side B) in our setup. In test environment, I installed SR12 of ICM on rogger02 and started the ICM services, logger services were running fine but router services were stopped after few minutes. Hence I uninstalled SR12 from rogger02. When I installed SR12 on both roggers at same time, everything was fine. In production environment, we cant carry activity on both rgrs at same time otherwise IPCC will be dwn. Can we get solution to install sr12 on one rogger at a time?
Upgrade RoggerB and one of the AWs to SR12 (keeping ICM Services stopped on those devices). Then stop services on the other AWs and eventually RoggerA. Start Services on RoggerB (Logger then Router) and the upgraded AW (this is an outage of no more than 5 minutes). Confirm that all PGs connect and are in service and perform your test scenarios. Once testing is complete and successful, then upgrade RoggerA.
Start RoggerA with the Router first, wait until sync operations are complete and then Logger service. Test failover to SideA and re-perform your testing. Once complete with testing return SideB to service for normal full-duplex operations and upgrade the remainder of the AWs and then the PGs (if necessary).
I am really thankful jeff. But we cant take the downtime of both roggers at a time even for one second . Our IPCC voice processes are running 24X7 and hence so much critical. Its really mandatory to have atleast one rogger up and running at a time. Can you please suggest the alternative. I can take only one rogger at time for installation
Looks like you have an updated registry and the uninstall didn't fix it.
It can be corrected by going to "Start", then to "Run", typing "regedit" without the quotes, and changing the following key to point at the valid last installed patch's subkey (each subkey has an install date recorded if you're unsure which is the latest).
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