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updating cppm VM version

We're having some performance issues with our CPPM master publisher. The supplied OVA file is based upon the VmWare Version 7 spec which limits you to 8 cpu cores. If we upgrade the spec to version 8, which lets you add more cores to VM, will it break anything?

 

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Aruba

Re: updating cppm VM version

Personally I would do a backup and restore. Instead of trying to upgrade the VM. I have had a few customers do what you are suggesting and had no issues but that doesnt mean that you wont. I would just feel more comfortable backing up the VM. Create a new VM from OVF and then restore. You will need to have TAC move the lic, but it takes the unknow out of the loop.

Thank You,
Troy

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Re: updating cppm VM version

So, You'd recommend

 

back up VM

build brand spanking new vm

upgrade that VM to Version 8

Add new number of cores

restore stuff into new VM

sort out licensing

 

Just checking

 

Rgs

Alex

 

 

Aruba

Re: updating cppm VM version

Yes
Thank You,
Troy

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