Im doing a cucm install of 7.x and I notice a "apply config" button at the top by "save", "delete", etc. So if I save the config, does it not automatically apply it to the configuration? What is the purpose of the "apply config"? Is it to apply the configuration you just did without saving it? Thanks all.
Apply config is similar to what you would see in 4x where when you clicked "Save" you would be prompted to Reset or Restart the device. Now when you click Save, you are prompted to Apply Config which does a restart to ensure the config is written to the DB.
It doesn't restart the server. It's a restart of the DEVICE...a soft restart of the phone or other component you want. The config is written as soon as you save but some components need a restart/reset to sync up local configs with the DB.
From what i`ve read and picked up from others it seems to be a grey area. It will reset items if it needs a reset otherwise it will not - some sort of intelligence??? however if you have to answer a question from a change control board - "will your change reset items" what answer do you give? I agree just reset as before at least you know it is going to reset
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