Service Parameters Overview
Service parameters let you configure different services on selected Unified Communications Manager servers. Unlike enterprise parameters, which apply to all services, each service gets configured with a separate set of service parameters.
Service parameters let you configure settings for the following two types of services, both of which can be activated within Cisco Unified Serviceability:
Feature Services - These services are used to run certain system features. You must turn feature services on in order to use them.
Network Services - Network services are on by default, but you can stop and start (or restart) a network service for troubleshooting purposes. These services includes services that allow system components like the database and platform to function properly.
You can view service parameter field descriptions for service parameters by by clicking the ? icon within the Service Parameter Configuration window, or by clicking on one of the parameter names.
If you deactivate a service, Unified Communications Manager retains any updated service parameter values. If you start the service again, Unified Communications Manager sets the service parameters to the changed values.