We currently run a 22.214.171.124 Unity box attached to a 5.5 cluster. In order to handle some crash problems we're having, Cisco has recommended upping the Unity box to 3.1.2c. None of the SE's I've talked to know of 3.1.2c working with a 5.5 cluster. Does anyone know of any issues? We're planning on doing the upgrade tomorrow evening and I'd like to know what to watch out for. Thanks.<br><br>
Just to be clear, Unity is NOT a node in the cluster. Our Exch site just happens to reside on a 2K cluster. When we added Unity, we joined it to the existing site. 5.5 runs a failover cluster, not active/passive. Unity sees the cluster as one machine, and I don't think we've had any problems as a result of that. We've been running it for 6 months +.
Yeah I understand what you are doing. It's just not supported. Things that are not supported might work. It just means that if you have problems that we (Cisco) are not going to support it. Im just trying to set your expectation up front so that you are not surprised if you try to get help.
If you can send me the name of your account team I will be happy to chat with them. :)
Keith Chambers Unity Technical Lead Unified Voice Team, San Jose Cisco Systems
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