Have a standalone ELM server and a CUCM 9.1.1a cluster registering to it that has been working fine for a few months.
A few days ago the CPU was pegging on the ELM server (hostagt process) and I could not restart that process individually, and I did a graceful restart of the ELM server (utils system restart) and it came back up and everything was fine.
Now a few days later, I get alert from CUCM that the ELM sync has not worked for past 7 days and there are 53 days remaining.
On the ELM server, under Product Instancxes the CUCM has a Registration Conflict error and says it is managed by another ELM server. There is only one ELM server. The CUCM license page says it is managed by this ELM server that is complaining.
I've restarrted the ELM server with no change, and I tried to restart the ELM Client on the CUCM server without change.
Do I need to delete the CUCM product instance from the ELM server and add it back?
Is there something hung up on the CUCM server and I need to restart other services on it? I am not seeing much in the logs on either server.
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