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CPMG SS query

CPMG SS query

CPMG SS query

(OP)
I have a CS1K site rls 7.6 with CPPM and CPDC installed. My query is that can i use CPPM SS instead of CPDC?? does this setup work.

RE: CPMG SS query

what is the CPPM currently used for a spare or is it your callserver?

RE: CPMG SS query

Is there a reason for wanting to go to a CPPM. I think the CPDC is a better serfver. It’s a dual core processsor. I know in the grand scheme of things that’s not much, but for processing, it’s much better than a CPPM SS.

But to answer your question, yes, you can use the CPPM as a SS. For 7.6 you would just need to make sure your CPPM has 4GB of memory on the card.

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RE: CPMG SS query

(OP)
Thanks for the help. One last query can i use CPDC as Leader and CPPM SS as follower??? I am asking since i dont have spare CPDC and my follower CPDC has been crashed. I do have a CPPM SS in stock, can i use this CPPM SS as follower along with Leader CPDC?

RE: CPMG SS query

Yes

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