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ccs-win-5.1.2HF512001711419w
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 Basic information
Release type: Hot Fix
Release date: 2010-02-16
OS update support: None
Technote: 345849
Documentation: None
Popularity: 352 viewed    17 downloaded
Download size: 452.67 KB
Checksum: 3764452584

 Applies to one or more of the following products:
CommandCentral 5.1.2 On Windows

 Obsolete patches, incompatibilities, superseded patches, or other requirements: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

 Fixes the following incidents:
1711419

 Patch ID:
None.

 Readme file  [Save As...]
Date: 2009-12-07

OS: Solaris

Etrack Incident: 1711419

Errors/Problems Fixed:[
  TableSpace to Disks screen - all columns empty. Added support for Quick IO file discovery by OracleExplorer (e1711419)
]


MH version: 5-1-2

Install/Uninstall instructions:
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Overview of the hotfix
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This HF will apply on Solaris MH only. It can be deployed from Solaris MS or Windows MS, both.

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 ("ccs-F512001711419.tar.gz") to a temporary location 
   (for example, C:\Temp\).

2. Extract the hotfix in the temporary directory.

   When you extract the hotfix, the following contents should be there:

   patches and README.txt

3. To push the hotfix to Managed Hosts from the Management Server, do the following on the Management Server:

   - Open an operating system console.

   - Type the following command to change to the HAL bin directory:
     cd C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\HAL\bin

   - Type the following command:

     halsecurity login 
     You may have to provide the password for the admin account which is used while logging 
     into the Console. The 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 MHs where HF has to be deployed.

  - To deploy the hotfix on all hosts listed in C:\temp\mhs.txt, run below command -
     perl PushUpgrade.pl -u C:\Temp\patches\VRTSccs-F512001711419.tar.gz -H C:\Temp\mhs.txt


4. After you deploy the hotfix, you can check the installation logs on relevant Managed Hosts as follows:

   - To see the detailed logs, go to CommandCentral Storage Data directory.
     The default location is:
     C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage Data\Data\HAL\maint

     cd <HAL data directory>\Data\HAL\maint\VRTSccs-F512001711419\<time stamp>\output
     For example:

     C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage
	 Data\Data\HAL\maint\VRTSccs-F512001711419\<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.


5. Verify the hotfix version on relevant Managed Hosts as follows:
   - Open the CommandCentral Storage version file.
     The default location is C:\Program Files\VERITAS\CommandCentral Storage\Version\cc_version.txt

   - Check the FIXID and other details which shows the HOTFIX number added with all the details in cc_version.txt
    For example:
    FIXID=F512001711419
    DATE=Wed Dec  2 18:37:03 2009
    DESCRIPTION=Oracle Explorer hotfix to discover Quick IO files
    REQUIRES=F511001896913

Deploying HF from Management Server:
--------------------------------------------

1. Download the hotfix ("ccs-F512001711419.tar.gz") to a temporary location (for example, /tmp).


2. Extract the hotfix in the temporary directory.

   When you extract the hotfix, the following contents should be there:
   patches and README.txt


3. To apply the hotfix on a Management Server, do the following:

   - Open an operating system console.

   - Type the following command to change to the HAL bin directory:

     (The following assumes that CommandCentral has been installed in the default installation directory) 
     cd /opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin

   - Type the following command:

     ./halsecurity login 
     You may have to provide password for admin account which is used while logging 
     in to the Console. The default password for this account is 'password' (without single quotes).
   - Type the following command to deploy the hotfix:

     <HAL bin directory>perl LocalUpgrade.pl </tmp>/patches/VRTSccs-F512001711419.tar.gz

     For example:    
     ./perl LocalUpgrade.pl /tmp/patches/VRTSccs-F512001711419.tar.gz
4. After deploying the hotfix,  check HF install log on Management Server as follows-
     - Go to CommandCentral Storage HAL Data directory.
       cd /var/VRTSccs/data/VRTShal/maint/VRTSccs-F512001711419/<time_stamp>/output

     - Check if there are any errors in "stderr.txt" file.

     - Check detailed logs of hotfix application "stdout.txt" file.

5. To push the hotfix to Managed Hosts from the Management Server, do the following on the Management Server:

   - Open an operating system console.

   - Type the following command to change to the HAL bin directory:

     cd /opt/VRTSccs/VRTShal/bin

   - Type the following command:

     ./halsecurity login 
     You may have to provide password for admin account which is used while logging 
     in to the Console. The 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 MHs 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/patches/VRTSccs-F512001711419.tar.gz -H /tmp/mhs.txt

6. After you deploy the hotfix, you can check the installation logs on relevant Managed Hosts as follows:

   - To see the detailed logs, go to CommandCentral Storage Data directory.
     The default location is
	 /var/VRTSccs/data/VRTShal/maint/VRTSccs-F512001711419/<time stamp>/output
     cd <HAL data directory>/data/VRTShal/maint/VRTSccs-F512001711419/<time stamp>/output
     For example:

     cd /var/VRTSccs/data/VRTShal/maint/VRTSccs-F512001711419/<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.


7. Verify the hotfix version on relevant Managed Hosts as follows:

   - Open the CommandCentral Storage version file.
     The default location is: /opt/VRTS/version/cc_version.txt
   - Check the FIXID which shows the HOTFIX number and other details.
     For example:

        FIXID=F512001711419
        DATE=Wed Dec  2 18:37:03 2009
        DESCRIPTION=OracleExplorer hotfix to discover Quick IO files
        REQUIRES=F511001896913

Additional Notes:

Apply this hotfix on systems with CommandCentral 5.1.2 Management Server and Managed Hosts installed.



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