Introduction

This article discusses the issues that are fixed in Update Rollup 5 for Microsoft System Center 2012. Additionally, this article contains the installation instructions for Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2012.

Issues that are fixed in Update Rollup 5

Virtual Machine Manager (KB2824618)

Issue 1

A host that is put into maintenance mode does not load-balance virtual machines in a cluster during evacuation. This causes host reserve saturation.

Operations Manager (KB2831729)

Issue 1

The Solaris agent could run out of file descriptors when many multi-version file systems (MVFS) are mounted.

Issue 2

Logical and physical disks are not discoverable on AIX-based computers when a disk device file is contained in a subdirectory.

Issue 3

Rules and monitors that were created by using the UNIX/Linux Shell Command templates do not contain overridable ShellCommand and Timeout parameters.

Issue 4

Process monitors that were created by using the UNIX/Linux Process Monitoring template cannot save in an existing management pack that has conflicting references to library management packs.

Issue 5

The Linux agent cannot install on a CentOS or Oracle Linux host by using the FIPS version of OpenSSL 0.9.8.


How to obtain and install Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2012

The update packages are available from Microsoft Update.

To manually download the update packages from Microsoft Update Catalog, go to the following Microsoft websites:

Virtual Machine Manager – (KB2824618)

Download Download the Virtual Machine Manager update package now.Operations Manager – (KB2831729)

Download Download the Operations Manager update package now.

Installation instructions

To manually install the update package for Virtual Machine Manager, run the following command from an elevated command prompt:

msiexec.exe /update packagenameFor example, to install the Virtual Machine Manager Update (KB2824618), run the following command:

msiexec.exe /update KB2824618-AMD64-Server.msp

Installation instructions for Operations Manager UNIX and Linux monitoring packs and agents

To install the updated monitoring packs and agents for UNIX and Linux operating systems, follow these steps:

  1. Download the updated management packs from System Center 2012 Monitoring Pack for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems.

  2. Install the management pack update package to extract the management pack files.

  3. Import the updated Microsoft.Unix.Library management pack (from the \2012\ folder), Microsoft.ShellCommand.Library management pack bundle, Microsoft.Process.Library management pack bundle, and platform library management packs relevant to the Linux or UNIX platforms that you are monitoring in your environment.

  4. Import the updated management pack for each version of Linux or UNIX that you are monitoring in your environment.

  5. Restart the System Center Management Service on each Management Server or Gateway that is used to manage UNIX/Linux agents.

  6. Upgrade each agent to the latest version by using either the Update-SCXAgent Windows PowerShell cmdlet or the UNIX/Linux Agent Upgrade Wizard in the Administration pane of the Operations Console.

Note The management pack bundle files for each UNIX and Linux operating system version contain the management pack and agent files. You may have to wait several minutes after you import the management pack bundle before the agent files are available for agent upgrades.

Files that are updated in Update Rollup 5 packages

File name

File size

Version

DB.Adhc.dll

723,248

3.0.6040.0

Engine.Adhc.Operations.dll

694,576

3.0.6040.0

Engine.Backup.dll

51,464

3.0.6055.0

Engine.BitBos.dll

186,632

3.0.6055.0

Engine.Deployment.dll

428,336

3.0.6040.0

Engine.IndigoAccessLayer.dll

317,360

3.0.6019.0

Engine.MomDal.dll

571,696

3.0.6040.0

Engine.Placement.dll

231,768

3.0.6057.0

Engine.Placement.ResourceModel.dll

264,496

3.0.6040.0

Engine.VmOperations.dll

1,190,192

3.0.6040.0

ImgLibEngine.dll

1,263,920

3.0.6040.0

Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.DataCenterManager.UI.DataGrid.dll

162,736

3.0.6019.0

msiInstaller.dat

12

Not applicable

msiInstaller.exe (32-bit)

174,000

3.0.6005.0

msiInstaller.exe (64-bit)

210,352

3.0.6005.0

Remoting.dll

640,944

3.0.6019.0

Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2012 (VMM) Supplement Notice_Localized languages.rtf

80,474

Not applicable

vmmAgent.exe

3,143,944

3.0.6055.0

vmmAgent.msi (32-bit)

3,381,760

Not applicable

vmmAgent.msi (64-bit)

3,832,320

Not applicable

vmmguestagent.exe

204,040

3.0.6055.0

vmmGuestAgent.msi (32-bit)

1,154,048

Not applicable

vmmGuestAgent.msi (64-bit)

1,405,952

Not applicable

VMWareImplementation.dll

1,898,760

3.0.6055.0

WSManAutomation.dll

35,120

3.0.6040.0

WsManWrappers.dll

2,079,024

3.0.6040.0


File name

File size

Version

Microsoft.AIX.5.3.mpb

16,987,648

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.AIX.6.1.mpb

16,993,792

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.AIX.7.mpb

16,190,464

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.AIX.Library.mp

31,384

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.HPUX.11iv2.mpb

40,039,424

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.HPUX.11iv3.mpb

40,144,896

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.HPUX.Library.mp

31,384

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.Library.mp

31,400

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.RedHat.Library.mp

15,016

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.RHEL.4.mpb

36,312,576

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.RHEL.5.mpb

35,633,664

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.RHEL.6.mpb

33,807,360

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.SLES.10.mpb

34,448,384

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.SLES.11.mpb

23,495,680

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.SLES.9.mpb

16,677,888

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Linux.SUSE.Library.mp

15,016

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Solaris.10.mpb

16,454,656

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Solaris.11.mpb

17,543,680

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Solaris.9.mpb

8,676,352

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Solaris.Library.mp

22,184

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Unix.ConsoleLibrary.mp

23,192

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Unix.Process.Library.mpb

99,840

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Unix.ShellCommand.Library.mpb

69,120

7.4.4199.0

Microsoft.Unix.Library.mp

76,384

7.3.2199.0


References

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