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scr.sybex1
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Cisco CMS Callbridge HA

Dear,

CMS 3.3 have component for configuring HA.

for Database Cluster I should have 1,3 or 5 server.

is it same for the Callbridge component? (Can i use 2 server for configuring HA for Cisco CMS Callbridge Component?)

can I enable Database component on server and not enabling Callbridge component?

cause i don't have enough resource for callbridge component on 3 VMs.

I appreciate if someone could help me through the process, and show me a document that i can use as reference.

thanks

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scr.sybex1
Beginner

I found the documentation that explain, that we could have database component without callbridge.

I want to know it is accepted on VM installation, or just for Appliance Mode.

Thank

As I remember correctly and don't find anything other stated by having a quick look in the guide, there is no difference between that.

b.winter
Beginner
scr.sybex1
Beginner

thanks for replying

is the following component support VMware vMotion?

Cisco Meeting Management

Cisco Meeting Server

as i see in documentation CMM need on CMS 3.3 for licensing purpose. if the CMM VM goes down, the conference session will break or not?

is there any document that can use as reference.

is the following component support VMware vMotion?

Cisco Meeting Management

Cisco Meeting Server

Cisco UC applications are not fully compatible with VMware vMotion, live migrations, or any 3rd party disaster recovery solutions. You must use the inbuilt Backup and recovery feature of the UC applications such as DRS, backup snapshot etc.

You can also try offline/cold VM migration by powering off the VM and moving the datastore files manually. It works with few applications.

As per my experience, it only takes 15 min to restore the CMS or CMM from a backup than using the vMotion or offline methods to move the whole vDisk to a new server. 

backup snapshot <name>. This command creates a full system snapshot in the <name>.bak (including, IP addresses, passwords and certificates).

 

as i see in documentation CMM need on CMS 3.3 for licensing purpose. if the CMM VM goes down, the conference session will break or not?

AFAIK, it is only for management not for conference processing. so the conference session will not break.

 

is there any document that can use as reference.

https://meeting-infohub.cisco.com/olh/meeting-management/3-3/configuration/before_you_start.htm?tocpath=Install%20and%20configure%7C_____1

 

Hope this helps,

Please rate & click "accept as solution" if this answered your Question. 

 

 

CMM is mandatory to license the CMS  and this has been introduced from CMS 3.0. 

 

Regarding Vmotion, I found this information from CMS 2.9 guide.

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/conferencing/ciscoMeetingServer/Installation/Cisco-Meeting-Server-2-8-Installation-Guide-for-Virtualized-Deployments.pdf

 

Screenshot 2021-10-13 at 6.34.48 PM.png

But I dint find any informations about Vmotion  in CMS 3.0 + guides.  so I hope Vmotion is no more supported. 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/conferencing/ciscoMeetingServer/Installation/Cisco-Meeting-Server-3-2-Installation-Guide-for-Virtualized-Deployments.pdf

Screenshot 2021-10-13 at 6.56.00 PM.png

 

if the CMM VM goes down :-

 

Screenshot 2021-10-13 at 7.01.44 PM.png

 

 

 

 



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