CUCM 9.1(2) is now posted to cisco.com. CUCM 9.1(2) introduces new features such as "jump" upgrade and more streamlining in License migration process using Enterprise Licence Manager. Detailed "new and changed" information is at:
CUCM 9.1(2) link:
The cop file link:
I recently took a CM from an installation that started on version 9.1.1a and upgraded to 9.1.2. Now CM reports that the partitions are unaligned. Everything looked good before. Per the release notes, this is to be expected for upgrades prior to 8.0(2), but I am not sure why this would happen with a machine that started out life as 9.1.1a. Any ideas?
A partition alignment warning was added in 9.1.2 to alert you to the fact that you might not be running on proper VM specs, or used the official OVA. If you are running on a VM that is < 80GB there is a known issue with partition alignment and the new 9.1 OVA needs to be used to fix the issue. That is why, you already had the issue on 9.1.1a ova, but now, it shows the warning, so we recommend that you use the new ova for proper allignment.
We are planning for CUCM upgrade from 8.6.2 to 9.1.2.
OVA 8.x for 7500 users (2 CPU, 2X 80 GB Disk) was used as a template for our current 8.6.2 CUCM environment. For the 9.1.2 upgrade, do we have to use the 9.1x OVA template with the following configuration for 7500 users:2 CPU and 110 GB disk space.
No, you should be good to go
If you run Cisco Unified Communications Manager on a virtual server, and are upgrading to the latest release, you must make sure that the virtual server Guest Operating System and RAM meet the requirements for the latest release.
In Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1, the following changes have been made to the OVAs:
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