I inherited a CUCM & CUC lab version 7. CUC processes calls OK, but I hear a verbal error message after listening to messages in a mailbox,
"This system is temporarily unable to complete your call. Call again later. Goodbye."
Besides that message, I found an inability to create or delete a CUC user "-database.error.-271". Otherwise, the system appears to work OK.
In Cisco Unity Connection Administration Version 22.214.171.12400-323 I see the following error within System Settings>Licenses:
There was an unexpected failure executing a database stored procedure execute procedure UnityDirDb:csp_LicenseStatusModify ( pObjectId = 'bd69252c-b930-4c54-8514-2caa8de5d94e', pComplianceTime = '2010-08-03 22:30:00.886', pNextExpiryTime = '2014-04-19 23:59:59.0' ); . Please restart your system or contact support personnel if this failure continues.
I was able to restart the system successfully, but the error message persisted.
I ran the license report and see similar errors. I imagine we have a licensing issue, but no one (apparently) has altered any licenses since CUC worked normally several weeks ago. The licenses appear to be valid, but I notice one is marked as 'failed' to load.
If I wanted to take this on myself, what else could I investigate? The CUC is a single node.
admin:show cuc cluster status
Server Name Member ID Server State Internal State Reason ----------- --------- ------------ -------------- ------ cuc6 0 Primary Pri Active Normal
The error you noted indicates that you were given a TEMPORARY license for Unity Connection and not a permanent one. If you have a temp license, it has both a expiration date for when the license expires and a grace expiration date that gives you a set amount of time to either obtain a new license or the system stops operating. According to your error:
Your license expired on 4/19/2010 and the reason everything worked fine up until recently is because the grace period/compliance time to obtain a new license expired today 8/3/2010.
You'll need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org and open a TAC case to resolve. For what its worth, if you do not need a full blown license in your lab - then there is a demo license which allows 10 users and 2 ports. Otherwise, you'll need to make that license official.
Initially we thought that the demo license that had expired, but the licenses on the server are permanent and thus won’t expire. The version of the Unity Connection server was 7.0(1). Turns out there is a known bug in this version, please reference Unity Connection bug “CSCsx32588” for version 7.0(1). Thanks to the diligence of the local SEs in Richfield for finding this.
If you are using this version of code and experience this issue, here is the method to determine if this is the result of this known bug:
Issue the following from the console:
run cuc dbquery unitydyndb select * from vw_tableinformation
This will return a table of all the tables in unitydyndb. To analyze the disk utilization, look for the column titled dbspacepagesfree. This value should always be greater than zero. If it is close to zero then we know a problem is brewing.
Another command to issue is:
show cuc dbserver disk
This will return a list of the system partitions. Look for the column titled Free MB. This should also always be greater than zero. If it is close to zero then we know a problem is brewing. Typically the only tables which grow into a state where you would want to check it is the dynamic database. In issuing the above two commands, if you see the dbspacepagesfree is zero, and the Free MB for dyn and /var/opt/cisco/connection/db/dyn_dbs is zero then you are running into this defect.
Open a TAC case referencing Unity Connection bug “CSCsx32588” for version 7.0(1). TAC can restore functionality temporarily until the known bug occurs again. For a more permanent solution, you can take steps to prepare an upgrade to a more recent supported version of code for CUCM and CUC. Thanks again to TAC and local local SE.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.