|--G-- ||08-29-2006 08:35 AM |
Is Service pack 5 stable?
Afternoon quick question, we have BES V 126.96.36.199 installed and running just now, but I have experianced issues with MASSIVE logs (upwards of 10Gig) and have searched around here to find that service packs may be the answer.
Logically I think installed service pack 5a + the two hot fixes would be the best way, but I want to doubt check that this is the best one to go with..
|ashworth ||08-29-2006 09:04 AM |
I have been running it on my one BES for about a month now, and I have not had any issues....
|mjozwiak1856 ||08-29-2006 09:46 AM |
Ditto. Almost a month and no problems what so ever.
|--G-- ||08-29-2006 10:22 AM |
Are you guys running exchange 2003? (if so, what SP)
|mjozwiak1856 ||08-30-2006 09:41 AM |
|SimonMac ||08-30-2006 09:54 AM |
Domino SP5 and no problems!
The massive log files, assuming it's just the ALRT file, is a known issue. Search on here for the resolution, or go ahead and upgrade to SP5.
|jaystizo ||08-30-2006 05:42 PM |
FWIW - I just installed BES SP5a with E2k3 SP1 ESM . So far so good.
|mahoward ||08-31-2006 11:13 AM |
Question: Does the SQL account require ServerAdmin permissions in order to upgrade to SP5? i.e. are the Schema changes involved?
We need to coordinate with our SQL folks if SA is required (we are not given this by default), so thanks for any feedback you can provide.
|ashworth ||08-31-2006 01:51 PM |
For BES 4.0 it required server admin, for BES 4.1 it requires sysadmin (For role base admin)
|--G-- ||09-06-2006 10:15 AM |
Thanks guys...back at work now, and the patch is due for install this evening.
|||||||| ||09-06-2006 10:49 AM |
SP5 for GroupWise is highly recommended.
|hannahkat ||10-02-2006 03:12 PM |
I concur - SP5 for Groupwise is a good thing - database indexing has a big impact if you have a lot of traffic...
|--G-- ||10-04-2006 08:58 AM |
patch on, and so far all is well.
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