How to migrate Cisco Meeting Server Cluster

  1. Check the database status on all servers using the database cluster status command.
  2. Take a backup on all servers using the backup snapshot <backup_filename> command.
  3. Disconnect the slaves CMS2 and CMS3 and the callbridge node CMS4 from the old primary using the database cluster remove command.
  4. Disconnect the Primary database server CMS1 using the database cluster remove command.
  5. Check again the database status to confirm (On the old primary).
  6. Shutdown CMS1, CMS2, CMS3 and CMS4.
  7. Remove all CMS on Cisco Meeting Management.
  8. Deploy a new VM with the same network settings as the primary CMS1. Copy the backup file using SFTP.  Restore the backup using the backup rollback <backup_filename> command. The server reboot automatically.
  9. Deploy a new VM with the same network settings as the slave CMS2, CMS3 and CMS4. Copy the backup file using SFTP.  Restore the backup using the backup rollback <backup_filename>.
  10. Reboot CMS1, CMS2, CMS3 and CMS4. After reboot.
  11. Cluster the database, run the database cluster initialize command on the Primary server CMS1.
  12. Join all slaves CMS2 and CMS3 to the primary CMS1 using the database cluster join <Database_primary_IP address> command.
  13. Connect CallBridge node CMS4 to the primary using the database cluster connect <Database_primary_IPaddress> command.
  14. Verify the database status on all node using the database cluster status command.
  15. Add all CMS to Cisco Meeting Management.

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