I am trying to install CUCM 6.1.1 on a 7835-I1 3400 (IPC). And yes, I know it is old:)
Nonetheless I have 2GB of RAM and 73GB 15K hard drives. The DVD boots up, runs through the initial pass, upgrades, the BIOS, sets the container and logical drives and requests a reboot, so that all goes fine.
But then when it makes the 2nd pass where it would theoretically start the installer, it tells me:
Disk /dev/sda doesn't have a valid partition table.
I have tried restoring factory defaults, using different hard drives and every thing else I could think of and it gives the same behavior every time.
I have a TAC open, waiting on that, but I wanted to see if anyone else had seen this.
The actual device that is required to install 6.1.1 is a Cisco MCS 7828-H3 Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Appliance. It has 2 X 250GB hard disk and the installation automatically partition the drive.
If thats the case, its probably not finding the right partition sizing, goto the BIOS and raid configuration menu and wipe out the entire raid config and then pop in the CD because the CD does configure the raid for you as well, try that and let me know how that goes for you.
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