UCCX

UCCX Crashed

“Crashed”
is one of the most word that scare any IT Admin
but don’t worry, any problem have a solution
there is many reason the system could crash, specially the boot order of the System

my case was that The Cisco Unified Contact Center Express server is unable to boot. When trying to reboot the server
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and it will ask you to insert the recovery disk
what you don’t know is the  UCCX has no recovery disk oops
so the solution is to Use the Unified Communications Manager Recovery CD to restore access to the file system. The Unified Communications Manager Recovery CD can be used on any server and application experiencing this issue. This process can be used to recover both Root and Common partition file systems that are affected. First, you need to download the ISO file for the recovery disk
go to cisco web site to download the ISO
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Download it to your PC
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Connect to your image in your diskUntitled15.png

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Now Configure your VM to boot from the CD
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Now Start the Machine
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Now This menu for the recovery disk appears:
Untitled6Choose option F, and respond YES. This will check and correct the file system automatically.Untitled7
you can see in the last line it say
“ERRORS found and corrected.”Untitled8

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Finally, choose option Q to exit the recovery disk program. and Remove the recovery disk and reboot the serverUntitled11
The system should boot normally.
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And The Magic Screen Came up Finally
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Note:  It is highly recommended that you perform a full system backup weekly  ;D

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