Upgrading Unity 4.0 to new Server Platform and Name
Is it possible to use the server upgrade process to take advantage of migrating to a new server?
I was planning on installing Unity 4.0 on a new DL380 server and running this new install (for testing) while still running my old Unity 2.4.6 version in parallel. Basically, the 2.4.6 would server as a primary VM server until the testing is completed on the 4.0 server. At that point I need to remove the 2.4.6 server and, essentially, upgrade that data to be pulled into the existing 4.0 server.
The catch to that is the server name will be different - will that cause a problem with the upgrade process?
Also, can I change the IP address of the Unity server after it has been installed?
Re: Upgrading Unity 4.0 to new Server Platform and Name
If you are switching to PCI-based Dialogic cards, one thing to watch out for here is PCI Voltage. For our upgrade we selected two 12-port Dialogic PCI cards (D/120JCT-LS Rev. 2) -- and they only support the older 5 volt PCI slots, not the newer 3.3 volt slots.
When planning our upgrade this year, we actually had to return the first server we ordered (an ML370-G3) in favor of a slower ML370-G2 just to get the older PCI slots.
The DL380-G2 has two 3.3 volt slots, but only one of the required 5-volt slots, so if you are planning to use more than one D/120JCT-LS you may want to think again about the server hardware choice.
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