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BMC PATROL for IBM DB2 9.6

 
Release notes and notices
updated 21 Mar
This section provides information about what is new or changed in this space, including urgent issues, documentation updates, service packs, and patches.

Date

Title

Summary

March 22, 20199.6.20: Service Pack 2Fixes issues reported in earlier versions and provides enhancements listed on the 9.6.20: Service Pack 2 page
December 18, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 support
May 25, 20179.6.10.01: Patch 1 for Service Pack 1Released a patch to fix issues reported in the earlier versions
October 26, 2016Technical bulletinsAdded support for IBM DB2 UDB 11.1
December 15, 20159.6.10: Service Pack 1Fixes issues reported in earlier versions and provides enhancements listed on the 9.6.10: Service Pack 1 page

December 18, 2014

9.6.00 features

BMC PATROL for IBM DB2 UDB provides you the following features

  1. Support for:
    1. BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration
    2. Monitoring of DB2 database
    3. Windows and UNIX remote monitoring
    4. Custom SQL queries
    5. dbdiag Log Sequence Number
    6. IPv6
    7. Self-monitoring of SQL queries run by the KM
    8. Better High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR)
  2. Removal of deprecated APIs and conversion to SQL queries and DB2 CLP commands
  3. ITDA content pack

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