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Unrecoverable Installation Error while installing CUPS 10.5

Hi community,

 

the next great issue at this installation:

See the attached screenshot, i´m running into an unrecoverable error within the installation routing from CUPS 10.5 on a UCS-Server, BE6k.

It happened several times, i did:

Remove the machine completely from ESX

Deployed freshly the OVF for that persence server (cucm_im_p10.5_v8_v1.0.ova, also fresh downloaded from cisco)

Choosed "BE6K for 1000 Users" in that following dropdownmenu

Installed four times with the included ISO, whoch i mounted in that fresh machine

Tried two times already with the freshly downloaded and modified to bootable UCSInstall_CUP_10.5.1.12900-2.sgn, to save me time for updating it or avoid errors with the .ISO file on the datastore. BTW with checking media i couldn´t find any problems on the included one, also not the modified one. Both should work fine.

In any case i run in that error, several times, after quite a while having to wait for installation routine. Very frustrating...

Has perhaps anyone some ideas how to handle that problem? First time i encountered such an error, and i did some Presence-Installations before. No idea whats wrong.

 

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Hi end2endtechs,

 I had this problem before ... I had to recreate the bootable ISO, from the ISO that I downloaded from Cisco.

 After it the installation works fine.

Hope this helps.

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Anas Abueideh
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Hi,

I face the same issue and I don't know what is happening. 

is it the first time you install CUPS in this cluster ? or you are recovering the CUPS ?

the first time I install the server, I didn't face any issue. when I tried to install the same server for the 2nd time, it didn't complete.

I think it is a bug with this image.

One more thing, try to change the hostname of the CUPS in CUCM pub, and reinstall the server.

HTH

Anas

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Hi Anas,

thanks for the input. I installed it first this time in that cluster, but i HAD prepared another install before, where i already removed the DNS reliability. So i thought OK, could be a reason and changed the name of the server there, like u recommended.

I´m running in the same problem again, now. Really annoying...

Did you ever find a solution to this?

Hi end2endtechs,

 I had this problem before ... I had to recreate the bootable ISO, from the ISO that I downloaded from Cisco.

 After it the installation works fine.

Hope this helps.

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Sort of same for me, i got a new media from TAC...this then finally worked

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