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Old 06-16-2015, 03:05 PM
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Default Avaya System Platform 6.3 Service Pack 7

Has anyone downlaoded and tried installing it?

Latest Avaya Aura® System Platform 6.3 Service Pack
Avaya Aura® System Platform (Service Pack 7)
Use this System Platform .iso installation file to create a DVD. Use the DVD to boot the server and for a fresh install of the underlying operating system and System Platform. The DVD can also be used to upgrade an earlier version of System Platform R6.x running on a server. Servers running earlier versions of System Platform R6.0.x require an upgrade to R6. (or greater) before upgrading to System Platform R6.3.7.
What’s new in System Platform 6.3.7:
  • Support for the new Avaya S8300E Server
The resolved issues and updates include:
  • High Load Average Domain-0 alarm is seen daily on System Platform.
  • HP servers running System Platform 6.3.1 or later send out multiple alarms for the same hardware error.
  • Occasionally, the webconsole becomes slow due to high CPU usage.
  • VSP Low volume group free space (VolGroup00) alarm is seen with Avaya Aura® Messaging.
  • HP and Dell servers do not completely power down when shutdown is issued. It instead stays in the halted state with the faceplate LEDs lit.
  • Occasionally, alarms are not generated for errors in the remote logs.
  • Various security fixes documented in the release notes.
Application of 6.3.7 is service affecting. The system (Domain-0, Console Domain and all Virtual Machines) will automatically restart following installation of 6.3.7 in order for the changes to take effect.
File Name: vsp-
File Size: 1448 MB (1,482,698 KB)
MD5 Checksum: 1F5E888F3A019DC96B459463AE8818FD


Amazing how the file goes from 519MB to 1.41GB.

I checked and my md5 checksum matches.

Burned ISO, tried to install using what little if any instructions provided.

All attempts at bootings the S8300D fail. Any attempts to access the dvd once the card has booted from system platform causes system platform to reboot when the dvd is accessed.

I tried a few dfferent s8300D cards in the lab, all running the latest software and patches. Same results on all. If I stick a System Platform dvd in the drive and boot I can putty in to start the configuration, so I know that my putty config works and I know how to burn a iso.

Avaya Software DVD’s

System Platform 6.3 DVD vsp-
CM 6.3 DVD cm6.
System Platform 6.3.6 System Platform vsp-patch-
CM 6.3..9.1 (Service Pack 9.1)
Shellshock Bash Patch for 6.3
Kernal 6.3 Kernel Service Pack 3 KERNEL-2.6.18-400.AV1.tar
Platform 6.3 Security Service Pack 6 PLAT-rhel5.3-3019.tar
Utility Server Service Pack 9 util_patch_6.

Any assistance would be appreciated.


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