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Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

Hi ...

I have IPO Rls10, with VMro Recording Admiistration License.
The customer supplied server is comes with 500G hard disk.
I want to install VMPro and Contact Recorder on the same server.
can I use the same hard disk (partitioning it on linux installation), or it should used additional hard disk for contact recorder purpose.


RE: Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

You "Could" install the call recorder without a 2nd hard disk (even without partitioning it) & it will work (I do in my home demo system)

However It will not be supported by Avaya & may cause performance issues,
Hard disks are relatively inexpensive these days so I would strongly recommend you follow the recommendations & add a 2nd one.

Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

If a future IP Office upgrade goes and overwrites all your archived recordings, Avaya will tell you it was your own fault and they will be correct. The point of Contact Recorder is longer term (years) archiving and that mean separate storage from anything else that might be going on.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

Hello IPGuru ...

The Customer Supplied me with a Mini PC, and cannot add 2nd HD on it, in this case I will use this server for contact recorder and use another PC for VMPro.


RE: Avaya IPO Rls10 - Application Server

If you have to use another PC for VM Pro, I would suggest handing the mini PC back, fitting a 2nd drive in the New VM PC & installing Apps server on that.

This demonstrates why it is essential to provide the customer with a full specification if they are going to provide any hardware themselves.

Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

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