I am running into an issue where I receive the error "No valid upgrade options were found" when I attempt to initiate an in-place direct upgrade from CUCM version 188.8.131.5200-1 to version 184.108.40.2060-28 using SFTP.
I have verified I am using the correct SFTP directory and even used another folder containing valid .cop files. When using this folder I see the .cop files, but not the 9.1.2 upgrade file so I know the server is hitting the correct directory.
I have loaded “ciscocm.refresh_upgrade_v1.2.cop” file before the upgrade.
The upgrade file I am attempting to use is “Bootable_UCSInstall_UCOS_220.127.116.1100-28.sgn.iso”.
Do I possibly need to download the non-bootable version to perform an upgrade via SFTP?
I downloaded the non bootable file from Cisco and all went well. To anyone reading this...Be advised...this upgrade is Very Long. A 7500 phone cluster on a 7945 server took 4.5 hrs to upgrade the Publisher and about 3.5 hrs per Subscriber.
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