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sabir.bedi1
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How to check OVA Supports how many users in UCS server for CUCM

Team,

Please let me know how can we check how many users are supported in OVA template thats there in UCS server for CUCM ?

is there any indication in ova template that talks about users limit as i dont have UCS Specification with me

Regards 

Sabir 

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Aseem Anand
Cisco Employee

Hi,

I am not sure if there is any way to check the OVA user but you can go through the document below, make a note of your current VM specifications and match it to what's mentioned in the document below to find which OVA was used:

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Virtualization_for_Cisco_Unified_Communications_Manager_(CUCM)

http://www.cisco.com/web/software/283088407/112975/cucm.ova.README.txt

Aseem

Hi Sabir,

you can logon to cisco site and go through the readme file for ova.

regds,

aman

Deepak Rawat
Cisco Employee

You can open the OVA in Notepad++ that will give you the indication on the number of users this OVA can support with the resources it will take for each of that scenario. It will show you something like below:

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration that supports up to 1000 users per node.  For use on C-200 only.
Details:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit)
CPU: 2 vCPU with 800 MHz reservation
Memory: 6 GB with 6 GB reservation
Disk: 1 - 80 GB disk
      </Description>
    </Configuration>
    <Configuration ovf:id="CUCM_2500">
      <Label>CUCM 2500 user node</Label>
      <Description>
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration that supports up to 2500 users per node.
Details:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit)
CPU: 1 vCPU with 800 MHz reservation
Memory: 6 GB with 6 GB reservation
Disk: 1 - 80 GB disk
      </Description>
    </Configuration>
    <Configuration ovf:default="true" ovf:id="CUCM_7500">
      <Label>CUCM 7500 user node</Label>
      <Description>
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration that supports up to 7500 users per node.
Details:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit)
CPU: 2 vCPU with 3600 MHz reservation
Memory: 8 GB with 8 GB reservation
Disk: 1 - 110 GB disk
      </Description>
    </Configuration>
    <Configuration ovf:id="CUCM_10000">
      <Label>CUCM 10000 user node</Label>
      <Description>
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration that supports up to 10000 users per node.
Details:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit)
CPU: 4 vCPU with 7200 MHz reservation
Memory: 8 GB with 8 GB reservation
Disk: 1 - 110 GB disk
      </Description>
    </Configuration>
    <Configuration ovf:id="CUCM_150_BE6K">
      <Label>CUCM 150 user node (BE6K only)</Label>
      <Description>
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration that supports up to 150 users per node (for BE6K only).
Details:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit)
CPU: 2 vCPU with 800 MHz reservation
Memory: 4 GB with 4 GB reservation
Disk: 1 - 80 GB disk

Regards

Deepak

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