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Old 09-05-2011, 12:03 AM
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Default Co-res CCMS/LM/CCMA/Server Util/CCT/CCMM

Dear All,

Last time I installed CCMS/LM/CCMA/Server Util as co-res based planning and eng'g documents but i encounter a problem.It says on the manual that 20GB for D:\ but based on the system readiness checked,minimum should be 25GB and it will not continue the installation.So i need to put d:\25 GB as minimum.


Now,I will be installing a co-resident CCMS/LM/CCMA/Server Util/CCT/CCMM.
Can you please provide the right partioning and the drive details?
c:\?
d:\?
eVD Drive
on which drive will be the database of CCMS?if it is f:\ ,what will the partition size?
how about the CCT and CCMM?on which drive we need to install the database?
how about the trace logs?on which drive it will be?

Thank you very much in advance.

Benny
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Old 09-12-2011, 07:43 AM
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Hi Benny

Drive letter Minimum requirements
Operating system drive
C: 60 GB NTFS partition on disk 0.
Application drive
D: 80 GB if CCMM and Avaya Media Server are install co-resident with CCMS
25 GB if CCMM and Avaya Media Server are not installed co-resident with
CCMS.
DVD drive
E:

CCMS database partition
(usually drive F) 60 GB if CCMM is installed co-resident with CCMS.
120 GB if CCMM is not installed co-resident with
CCMS.
CCT database partition
(usually drive F) 5 GB

CCMM database partition 300 GB
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Old 09-14-2011, 02:20 AM
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Hi gdache,

This means i can put 305 GB on f:\ where CCMS/CCT/CCMM/ database partition and the trace log will be on the same drive f:\.Is this correct?

Thanks.

Benny
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Old 10-03-2011, 06:38 AM
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Hi gdache,

This means i can put 305 GB on f:\ where CCMS/CCT/CCMM/ database partition and the trace log will be on the same drive f:\.Is this correct?

Thanks.

Benny
No, you have to us F: for your ccms database, G: for your cct database and H: for your ccmm database. another drive I: for your logs

so in your case:

Drive letter Minimum requirements
Operating system drive
C: 60 GB NTFS partition on disk 0.
D: 80 GB for applications
EVD drive
F: CCMS database partition 60 GB
G: CCT database partition 10 GB ( sometimes complains about the 5 GB )
H: CCMM database partition 300 GB
I: Logs 5 GB
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