I would run the CUCM Upgrade Assistant Utility. This is non-intrusive upgrade tool that can detect the health of your servers before you upgrade to CUCM 3.3(5), 4.0(2a), 4.1(2), 4.1(3), 4.2(1), 4.2(2a),4.2(3), 4.3(x), 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, & 6.1. The latest version is 4-3-4. You will need a CCO account to download. Search under Voice Software --> Cisco Unified Communications Manager --> Unified Communications Manager Utilities.
This tool will tell you whether your server meets the minimum requirements for an upgrade. I've had servers that were on the supported list that did not pass this test and TAC would not support an upgrade on them even though they existed on the list.
If I have to purchase a new server I take it I run the DMA tool on the current server then build the new server using this data. How does the licencing work when building on a new server does the DNA tool produce the xml file needed?
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