CUCM 6.1(5) publisher database curropt - need help quick
I have just upgrade our Cisco CUCM to 6.1(5). However I have updated the wrong partition on the publisher and lost a large number of user/devices/phone line configuration from the database. Thankfully I have not upgraded the subscriber yet and it is running an up-to-date database.
My question is:
Is there any way to copy the up-to-day database from the Subscriber and put it back on the publisher??
(currently I have shut down the publisher for the moment as I am scared that it will replicate the old database onto the subscribe and I will loss all the user and device configurations permanently).
Re: CUCM 6.1(5) publisher database curropt - need help quick
Hi what i did was (remember this is the first time I have udated the CUCM):
I swapped the publisher active partition CUCM 6.1(4) with the inactive partition CUCM 6.1(3). Thus making the Partition CUCM 6.1(3) the active partition and the inactive partition CUCM 6.1(4). Then upgraded the publisher to version 6.1(5) (for some reason I thought that the upgrade, upgraded the active partition - I nowrealize I was massively incorrect an that it upgrades the inactive partition).
Anyway the upgrade had finished I rebooted the publisher and everything seems to go ok, but I realized that the user configurations ie before we had over 200 phones configured on the publisher, but know we have only 100 phones configured.
The Subscriber was not upgrade and is still at version 6.1(4) and contains all the phones configurations. Also to make things worse there is no backup of the publisher to roll the system back to version 6.1(4). That is why I need to some how take the settings (phone and user configurations from the subscriber and get them back onto the publisher).
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