[cisco-voip] Anything "Magic" About 8 Gig Partitions on Unity Servers?

Scott Voll svoll.voip at gmail.com
Tue Feb 3 16:08:42 EST 2009

yes, you have to have a minimum of a 12 gig partition for unity 5.  Unity 4
only required a 8 gig so upgrades become more fun when that happens to be
the case. ;-)


On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 1:01 PM, Miller, Steve
<MillerS at dicksteinshapiro.com>wrote:

>  Is it most important that the C drives and D drives match with Primary
> and Failover servers or is there something important about having 8 gig
> drives or 12 gig drives?
> Will Unity 5.X run on 12 gig CD drives?
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