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BMC PATROL for Linux 1.2

All versions
 
Release notes and notices
updated 20 May

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

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DateTitleSummary
May 21, 2019Technical bulletinsAdded Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0, x86_64 support
March 22, 20191.2.00.04: Patch 4

Released a patch to fix issues reported in the earlier versions.

List of issues that were corrected by this patch

February 15, 2019Technical bulletinsAdded SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP4 support
December 17, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded CentOS 7.6 support
December 10, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 support
November 23, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 support
October 26, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Ubuntu 18.04 support
October 24, 20181.2.00.03: Patch for PATROL for Linux

Released a patch to fix issues reported in the earlier versions.

List of issues that were corrected by this patch

October 11, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Oracle Enterprise Linux 7.5 UEK support
July 31, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Debian 8.11 and 9.5 support
July 25, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.10 and Microsoft Windows Server 2016 support
July 20, 20181.2.00.02: Patch for PATROL for Linux

Released a patch to fix issues reported in the earlier versions.

List of issues that were corrected by this patch

July 03, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded platform support
May 14, 2018Technical bulletinsAdded platform support
December 22, 20171.2.00.01: Patch for PATROL for Linux

Released a patch to fix issues reported in the earlier versions

List of issues that were corrected by this patch

September 29, 2017Technical bulletinsAdded platform support
June 16, 2017Technical bulletinsAdded platform support
April 13, 2017Technical bulletinsAdded platform support

March 28, 2017

1.2.00 enhancements

Features available in this release:

  • Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) auto remote monitoring
  • Support Kernel-based Virtual Machine monitoring on SUSE Linux
  • Power Linux (PPC64le) support for local and remote monitoring
  • Ability to remotely monitor a large number of hosts
  • Merged PATROL for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization KM into the PATROL for Linux KM
  • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6 support
  • Simplified basic monitoring

Getting started

 

Parameter Reference Database (PRD)

Planning

 

Planning and system requirements.

Installing

 

Information about installing the product.

Upgrading

 

Information about upgrading the product.

Configuring after installation

 

Required post-installation configuration tasks.

Monitor types and attributes

 

Monitor types and application classes in this solution

Troubleshooting

 

Issues resolution, error messages, logs, and contacting Support.

PDFs and videos

 

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