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Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?
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Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

(OP)
Hi,

There is a way to change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot? The system is a Server Edition.

RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

I believe it will be automatically reloaded every 5 minutes.
At least that is for the IP500.

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

Whenyou use the File Management within Manager and upload a file called HoldMusic.wav it should (at least it does for me) straight away recognise the file has been uploaded and check/utilise it.

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RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

(OP)
Reboot is needed on a Server edition, but this is automatic on an IP500

RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

Yep, discovered that only the first upload of Holdmusic.wav on SE automatically becomes live. Any override of that file requires a reboot.

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RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

Not on SE R11, it will reload direct when the uploaded file overrides a existing one.
Done that yesterday.

RE: Change the HoldMusic.wav file without a reboot?

Interesting, its two R11 systems (R11SP1) we have had to reboot - one was even left for 2 days and it didn't update until the reboot.

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