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ccs-win-5.0MP1RP6HF501061840858
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 Basic information
Release type: Hot Fix
Release date: 2009-10-20
OS update support: None
Technote: 336441
Documentation: None
Popularity: 324 viewed    4 downloaded
Download size: 152.24 KB
Checksum: 2485284819

 Applies to one or more of the following products:
CommandCentral 5.0MP1 On Windows

 Obsolete patches, incompatibilities, superseded patches, or other requirements:
None.

 Fixes the following incidents:
1840858

 Patch ID:
None.

 Readme file  [Save As...]
README for CommandCentral 5.0MP1RP6 -  Incorrect DELL/VSF disk size.
VERITAS CommandCentral 5.0MP1RP6
***************************************************************************************
Apply this hotfix only on Windows systems with CommandCentral 5.0MP1RP6 Managed Hosts.
***************************************************************************************
Date:             14th Oct, 2009
OS:               Windows 
OS Version:       All
Etrack Incidents: 1840858
Hotfix ID:        F501061840858
Errors/Problems Fixed:
[
The DELL/VSF disk size is incorrect (huge size) (e1840858).
]
Fixed Files:
	- hbaapp.exe					
===============================================================================
Install/Uninstall Instructions:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Installing the hotfix
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Deploying HF from Windows Management Server
--------------------------------------------
(The following assumes that CommandCentral has been installed on 32-bit host in default installation directory)
1. Download the hotfix ("VRTSccs-F501061840858.tar.gz") to a temporary location - "C:\Temp".
2. To push this hotfix on Managed Hosts, run following commands from Windows Management 
Server - 
     - Type following command to go into HAL bin direcotry
       cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin
     - halsecurity login 
         You may have to provide the password for the "admin" account which is used while logging
	 in to the Console. Default password for this account is "password" (without single quotes).
     - To get list of all Managed hosts in a text file, run below command -	
         perl CHMGetManagedHosts.pl -f C:\Temp\mhs.txt
         Note: C:\Temp\mhs.txt obtained by running above command will have list of all MHs.
               Edit this file to keep name of only those systems where HF has to be deployed.
     - To deploy the hotfix on all systems listed in C:\Temp\mhs.txt, run below command -
         Perl PushUpgrade.pl -u C:\Temp\patches\VRTSccs-F501061840858.tar.gz -H C:\Temp\mhs.txt
3. After deploying the hotfix, follow below steps to check the HF installation logs on relevant Managed Hosts -
     - Go to CommandCentral HAL Data directory.
          cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage Data\Data\HAL\maint\VRTSccs-F501061840858\<time stamp>\output
     - Check if there are any errors in "stderr.txt" file.
     - Check detailed logs of hotfix application in "stdout.txt" file.
4. Check the hotfix details in "cc_version.txt" file -
     - Open "cc_version.txt" file present in below location.     
        cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\Version\
     - Check the FIXID and other details.
         For example:
         FIXID=F501061840858
	 DATE=Wed Oct 14 16:31:39 2009
	 DESCRIPTION=The DELL/VSF disk size is incorrect (huge size)
Deploying HF from Solaris Management Server
--------------------------------------------
(The following assumes that CommandCentral has been installed in the default installation directory)
1. Download the hotfix ("VRTSccs-F501061840858.tar.gz") to a temporary location - "/tmp".
2. To push this hotfix on Managed Hosts, run following commands Solaris MS - 
     - Type following command to go into HAL bin directory.
       cd /opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin
     - halsecurity login 
       You may have to provide the password for the "admin" account which is used while logging
       in to the Console. Default password for this account is "password" (without single quotes).
     - To get list of all Managed hosts attached to MS, run below command.	
        ./perl CHMGetManagedHosts.pl -f /tmp/mhs.txt
         Note: /tmp/mhs.txt obtained by running above command will have list of all MHs.
  	       Edit this file to keep name of only those systems where HF has to be deployed.
     - To deploy the hotfix on all hosts listed in /tmp/mhs.txt, run below command.
        ./perl PushUpgrade.pl -u /tmp/VRTSccs-F501061840858.tar.gz -H /tmp/mhs.txt
3. After deploying the hotfix, follow below steps to check the HF installation logs on relevant Managed Hosts -
     - Go to CommandCentral HAL Data directory -
         cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage Data\Data\HAL\maint\VRTSccs-F501061840858\<time stamp>\output
     - Check if there are any errors in the "stderr.txt" file.
     - Check the detailed logs of hotfix application in the "stdout.txt" file.
4. Check the hotfix details in "cc_version.txt" file -
     - Open "cc_version.txt" file present in below location.     
        cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\Version
     - Check the FIXID and other details.
         For example:
          FIXID=F501061840858
	  DATE=Wed Oct 14 16:31:39 2009
	  DESCRIPTION=The DELL/VSF disk size is incorrect (huge size)



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