A new (non-ES) 6.1.3 update is available as of March 31st of 2009. This version shows up in the FIXED-IN column of the CSCsy25150 bug description. But the Field notice FN63213 doesn't make me feel confident that this is the full fix.
I guess my question would be does 22.214.171.12490-1 (6.1.3bSU1) fix only the March DST issue, or the November one too?
There is little reason to apply a March 8 thru 15 fix now that we are past Mar 15, so I would like to think that this is the bugfix for all known DST problems.
The same patch file is used for all versions of CUCM Versions 5.x-7.x
Do not install this patch on subscriber server. It is for publisher only.
A new patch has been released. The original patch documentation advised to only install on publisher. However, some users attempted patch subscribers and an extermely few of those experienced catastrophic failure. That failure is captured in CSCsy33380.
The original patch and corresponding md5hash were:
Please follow the steps listed in the Field Notice to follow up if you have questions.
The workaround is only a patch to correct time issues for the week of
March 8 - March 15, 2009 for US
March 15 - March 22, 2009 for Argentina
Any timezone which changes on Friday or Saturday is actually addressed by CSCsy33379.
After that time will be correct until DST ends in November. Additional permanent fixes will be released later this year to correct DST fallback in November and to remove changes for this specific patch so that DST will begin and end correctly correctly in 2010.
Re: DST patch for CSCsy25150 bug is 126.96.36.19990-1???
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