I am upgrading a CUCm that does NOT have any subscribers. I have downloaded the upgarde to the call Manager and my plan was to reboot later not immediately after the upgrade.My question is from this point if I choose to continue does the phones service interruption to the users while the upgarde is upacking? Should I not continue until after hours. this has never been an issue for me as there are usually subcribers in the cluster to take over if necessary. Input is appreciated!
The Upgrade process uses significant amount of the server's resources - so running it after office hours would be a good idea. However, if you are running a pretty new version of CallManager, you can select I/O throttling :
Keep in mind that the upgrade will take a long time to complete, if I/O throttling is enabled for the upgrade.
If you decide to not reboot into the new version after the upgrade completes, please note that any changes made between the time of the upgrade and the time of 'switch version' will not be ported over to the newer version.
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