So my question's are, why is Cisco's documentation telling me one thing and the upgrade utility telling me another? If I upgrade, is it likely to fail?
I've made necessary backup's etc. but it would be nice to know from someone 'in the know' out there that I'm not going to spend hours rebuilding a server because I didn't listen to the utility. I just can't make sense of it because the website says the version is even ok with some 7815 servers.
P.S. I've also noticed Cisco recommend 2Gb RAM. This has been upgraded but the utility still fails.
but still, it says on the doc its approved and then gives me that error. the only thing im thinking here is that they were not specific on which 7825's and assumed it was only the newer ones. we have MCS-7825H-3.0-IPC2. plus, granted that change does work, what will happen when i request TAC support? i mean the server is EOL already but we will still get support till 2010 and i wont be able to explain that to the customer
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