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UCMv2 memory use high and SSa shows failure to start application

UCMv2 memory use high and SSa shows failure to start application

UCMv2 memory use high and SSa shows failure to start application

(OP)
IP 500v2 using ucmv2 for One-x portal only vm pro on separate windows 10 os server

11.0.4.2 on all

works for about 12 hours then stops working shows application failed to start in SSA

Shut it down and restart the mod form SSA restores operation but repeats failure

have this working 0n my office ucmv1 on same sw version without issue

(bad ucm??)

any advice/tips would be appreciated

RE: UCMv2 memory use high and SSa shows failure to start application

Does you UCM V1 system also have Voicemail Pro running on a separate server?

Not saying it can't be done, but all the Avaya docs point to running the one-X separate to the UCM (they do it in order to support more ports and users, and because its one-X Portal that's the resource hog). So doing it the way round you are may not be the most tested of setups).

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: UCMv2 memory use high and SSa shows failure to start application

Why not installing VM pro en One-X portal as an application server? (under vmware...)

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