OpsMgr UNIX/Linux updates

Updates were released this week for UNIX/Linux features multiple versions of OpsMgr, with a good selection of fixes:

CU7 for SCOM 2007 R2 fixes the following issues for UNIX and Linux monitoring:

  • Logical disk performance statistics are not collected for some volume types on Solaris computers.
  • Some Network Adapters on HP-UX computers may not be discovered.
  • Network adapter performance statistics are not collected for HP-UX network adapters.
  • The Solaris 8 and 9 agent may not restart after an ungraceful shutdown.

The HP-UX managements have also been updated for 2007 R2, available in catalog or here.

For 2012 and 2012 SP1, fixes related to UNIX and Linux monitoring are delivered in MP updates. The fixes are described in the KB articles for the Update Rollup releases:

System Center 2012 – Operations Manager

  • When multiple process monitors are used to target the same computer or group, processes may incorrectly monitor some template instances.  Additionally, problems with the monitored processes may not be detected. This issue occurs when each process monitor uses the same name as the process even though different argument filters are used in each process monitor.
  • Logical disk performance statistics are not collected for certain volume kinds of disks on Solaris-based computers.
  • Certain Network Adapters on HP-UX computers may not be discovered.
  • Network adapter performance statistics are not collected for HP-UX Network Adapters.
  • Logical disk performance statistics are not collected for certain kinds of device on Linux-based computers.
  • In Solaris operating systems, memory that is used for the ZFS Adaptive Replacement Cache is considered used memory incorrectly.

UR1 for System Center 2012 SP1 – Operations Manager

  • When multiple process monitors are used to target the same computer or group, processes may incorrectly monitor some template instances.  Additionally, problems with the monitored processes may not be detected. This issue occurs when each process monitor uses the same name as the process even though different argument filters are used in each process monitor.

For both 2012 and SP1, the UNIX/Linux MPs can be found here.

I’d also recommend checking out Bob Cornelisson’s notes on the updates:
http://www.bictt.com/blogs/bictt.php/2013/01/09/ur1-for-system-center-2012

http://www.bictt.com/blogs/bictt.php/2013/01/09/cu7-for-scom-2007-r2

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About Kristopher Bash
Kris is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, working on UNIX and Linux management features in Microsoft System Center. Prior to joining Microsoft, Kris worked in systems management, server administration, and IT operations for nearly 15 years.

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