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IPO R11 Upgrade Glitches

IPO R11 Upgrade Glitches

IPO R11 Upgrade Glitches

Hi Folks, Happy Friday to you all.

Just completed(ish) an upgrade from R9.0 > R11.0.4.1 and whilst the main system has upgraded successfully, the file transfer keeps falling over at around 830/4239. On looking at where it stalls, it looks like one of the web management files is creating the issue.

Do any of you fine folks have any instances of this and is there a workaround (apart from the obvious formatting of the SD Card)?
Look forward to reading your comments.

Should have been a Bus mechanic seeing as I spend so much time under them.

RE: IPO R11 Upgrade Glitches

Just a gotcha about the above solution. If you delete those files per Avaya instructions you won't be able to recreate an SD card afterwards. It looks for those files and since deleted to fix the HTTP error introduces another.. :)

RE: IPO R11 Upgrade Glitches

Avaya has a private build that works you just need to open a case. R11. not sure if I can upload it here or not.

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