Working as an HTTS Engineer in Unified Communications Team, Providing support to Cisco Top 250 Customers in a Structured and efficient manner to resolve customer issues with Minimum Possible Downtime
Technologies Supported :- CUCM, Unity Connection, CUPS, Gateway, Gatekeepers, VOIP Protocols
This is an Introduction Video on the new Feature on Unity Connection - HTTP(S) Networking The video covers Introduction, Features and differences from the Old Digital Networking feature used for integration between 2 or more Unity Connection Clusters This is an Intro video, Detailed Config and TS Videos would follow soon
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Introduction :- In Certain scenarios its noticed that the Mailstore Database size Between the Publisher and Subscriber Unity Connection Servers is different to upto 35%. Symptoms :- Issue can be noticed due to difference in size of the Backup .Tar files which are created during Scheduled and Manual Backups. Secondly, The Backup Procedure takes longer for the Server which has Greater Database size, which is again propostional to the size. Conditions :- Currently seen on CUC version 8.5.1, however, impacts all versions Voice Messages being played by WEBINBOX or VMREST Below is an Example :- We noticed major size difference in the Backup files and also the time taken for the backup to complete We checked the size of the maibox store size via root login :- [root@*****PUB ~]# du -ch /var/opt/cisco/connection/mail/unitymbxdb1 | grep total 25G total [root@*******SUB ~]# du -ch /var/opt/cisco/connection/mail/unitymbxdb1 | grep total 13G total We can clearly see a difference of 12G in the Mailstore, even when the Voicemail boxes are similar on both the Servers Root Cause :- On further debugging, we found that the difference in mailstore size on PUB and SUB is due to creation of *.pcm.wav file on both the servers. =================== -rw-r--r-- 1 tomcat tomcat 243404 Dec 19 18:40 2864b2e2-4d79-49fd-bd27-54e9f6ebc466_1-pcm.wav -rw-r--r-- 1 tomcat tomcat 3314284 Dec 19 20:11 8c4de13a-9f9f-417c-b577-48914c008326_1-pcm.wav -rw-r--r-- 1 tomcat tomcat 1259084 Dec 19 20:11 ead2a20b-68b1-41b9-b5bf-b4529ca52c4c_1-pcm.wav =================== Above files are being created by "tomcat" process. These file will be created corresponding to the wav file, whenever that VoiceMessage will be played through WEBINBOX or VMREST. WebInbox or vmrest interface converts wav file in to PCM format to play it. These files may produce a major difference in the Mailstore size, Which leads to UN-necessary Memory overhead and also the Backups take long time due to the increased size Workaround :- Manually Delete the *.pcm.wav files via Root access periodically. Below is the procedure for the Deletion :- 1. Login via Root 2. Find all the files via root - find / -name *pcm.wav 3. The files would be in the below directory :- /var/opt/cisco/connection/mail/unitymbxdb1/ 4. Remove the files using the below Commands :- rm /var/opt/cisco/connection/mail/unitymbxdb1/*.pcm.w av The above command would remove the files 1 by 1 and would ask for confirmation before deletion of each file. rm -f /var/opt/cisco/connection/mail/unitymbxdb1/*.pcm.w av The '-f' Tag would remove all files forcefully in 1 Go. After all the files are removed the Mailstore Database size would reduce down significantly and both Pub and Sub would have approx equal Backup .Tar files. Hope this has been informative for you...
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