We are planning an upgrade to CM 5.1 from 4.0.2a but I have troubles in the interim upgrade to 4.1, which is required to perform DMA succesfully.
- I installed a clean 4.0.2a in our lab and restored the backup from the production server. OS 2000 2.7 Everything OK so far.
- I installed CM 4.02 SR2C and SR8 for OS 2000 2.7.
- I ran the upgrade assistant: validation was succesfull.
- I migrated to 4.1.3. and after that 80% of the devices are gone. (Only 20 of 130 are left). No errors during migration, could not find anything usefull in the logs. I verified the Device table in the CCM301 database and the devices are also missing here. In the CCM300 database everything is Ok. I did this procedure twice, two times exact the same result. All other data (like users) are succesfully migrated.
Anybody has advice or had the same issue in the past?
Re: CM 4.0 to 4.1 upgrade: 80% of devices are lost?
In fact I tried the upgrade first without the SR2C and SR8, saw that it didn't work and revert back using the second (pulled) disk of the RAID-1 array. Then I retried after installing both SR's but with the same result.
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