Technical bulletin — Announcing Azul 8 Java support for BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition version 11.0 Fix Pack 2

BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition can now be configured to use Azul 8 Java. You must manually replace the Oracle files with the Azul 8 Java files.

Do the following:

  1. Log in to the system as the root user.

  2. Download the zulu8.36.0.2-sa-jdk8.0.202-linux_x64.tar.gz package from the  BMC Electronic Product Distribution (EPD) website Open link .

  3. Extract the package in a temporary location.
    The extracted package contains the following files and directories:

    • jre/

    • bin/
    • sample/
    • man/
    • include/
    • demo/
    • lib/
    • THIRD_PARTY_README.txt
    • Welcome.html
    • readme.txt
    • DISCLAIMER.txt
    • CLASSPATH_EXCEPTION_NOTE.txt
    • src.zip
    • release.txt
    • LICENSE.txt
    • ASSEMBLY_EXCEPTION.txt
  4. Back up the <EUEM installation directory>/opt/bmc/euem/BMCEuemInstallJVM directory.

  5. Stop the BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition Real Collector or Analyzer service by running one of the following commands:

    • service euem_collector stop

    • service euem_analyzer stop

  6. Delete the content from the  <install_directory>/opt/bmc/euem/BMCEuemInstallJVM directory.

  7. Copy the content from the extracted zulu8.36.0.2-sa-jdk8.0.202-linux_x64 directory to the /opt/bmc/euem/BMCEuemInstallJVM directory.
  8. Start the Real End User Experience Monitoring Real User Collector or Rear User Analyzer service by running one of the following commands:

    • service euem_collector start

    • service euem_analyzer start




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