I was reading throught the book regarding the upgrade and i have confusion regarding the upgrade via operating system webpage.
Is it correct that for example when i install cucm 6.0, the hardisk is divided into two partitions and cucm6.0 is installed on both partition of cucm and only one partition is active at a time ( and can be switched over in operating system webpage)?
If i want to upgrade from cucm version 6.0 to cucm 7.0.. I will insert the dvd (upgrade from ver 6 to ver 7) and the in the operating sytem web page i chose the upgrade software option..and the cucm automaticaly upgrade the cucm6.0 of inactive partition while call processing still going on and i need to make the inactive partition active for cucm7 to start working??
If any body who had done upgradation can clear my confusion...
When you upgrade, you are upgrading the inactive partition. This is done in the background and does not impact call processing. Once you have upgraded all of your servers, you can "Switch Version" to the upgraded partition on each server starting with the publisher -> TFTP -> Subscribers. If you have any problems, you can switch back. There is great documentation with the upgrade readme that walks you through this. try it on a Lab server if you have one. The process is a little more involved than this, but basically it's that simple.
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