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Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

Hi

Suppose we have a Call Manager Cluster with one Pub + 2 Sub, how do we make sure they are in a cluster?

How do we check this in case of Windows based call manager and appliance based call manager?

Thanks.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

On windows you could check the dblhelper, on linux it's very easy as you CANNOT install a SUB if you do not configure it before in CUCM admin. So linux just look at CCMadmin

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Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

Thanks.. it has been very helpful.

In case the Subscriber in the Appliance based CUCM cluster goes out of sync or crashes out of cluster (hardware/software crash), will this reflect saying the subscriber is NOT a part of the cluster?

Thanks.

Cisco Employee

Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

No, if it goes out of sync, it's because it's in a cluster. Standalone servers cannot be out of sync as they do not get info from any other server.

If it crashes just follow the document on replacing a server in a cluster.

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Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

Will there be any displayed on the ccmadmin page if the subscriber goes out of sync? Is this error shown pn Pub or on Sub?

Cisco Employee

Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

no, use utils dbreplication commands to check status

Usage info available in OS guide for CUCM, all in CCO

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Re: Check Call Manager Server are in cluster?

Thanks a lot for all the info, its been very helpful!

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