Release notes and notices
This set of Release Notes describes versions 10.2, 10.2.0.1, and 10.2.0.2 of BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (BMC Atrium Discovery).
Following table displays version history of BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (BMC Atrium Discovery):
|BMC Atrium Discovery version||Release date||Remarks|
|10.2||28 May 2015||For complete information about this release, see the features listed in the following section of this page.|
|10.2 Patch 1||10 August 2015|
This release resolves important defects and contains CMDB sync related updates.
|10.2 Patch 2||30 September 2015||This release resolves CMDB API call defect.10.2.0.2 is a patched version of 10.2 which supersedes version 10.2 and 10.2.0.1. You can only upgrade to version 10.2.0.2 from version 10.1 and later.|
|10.2 Patch 3||13 October 2015||This release resolves three upgrade to version 10.2.0.3 from version 10.1 and later.10.2.0.3 is a patched version of 10.2 which supersedes versions 10.2, 10.2.0.1 and 10.2.0.2. You can only|
|10.2 Patch 4||19 April 2016||This release resolves some defects and security vulnerabilities. 10.2.0.4 is a patched version of 10.2 which supersedes versions 10.2, 10.2.0.1, 10.2.0.2 and 10.2.0.3. You can only upgrade to version 10.2.0.4 from version 10.1 and later.|
|10.2 Patch 5||7 July 2016||This release resolves some defects and security vulnerabilities.|
|10.2 Patch 6||11 October 2017||This release resolves some defects and a security vulnerability.|
|10.2 Patch 7||22 June 2018||This release resolves a defect and security vulnerabilities. You can only upgrade to this release, you cannot use this download for a fresh installation.|
These Release Notes detail the following information:
- 10.2 Enhancements
- Known and corrected issues
- Important information for users of BMC Atrium CMDB
- Technical bulletins
- Product announcements
- Limitations and restrictions of this version
Updated SSH server
The SSH server installed on the BMC Atrium Discovery 10.2 appliance has been modified. This modification removes some weak ciphers and HMAC algorithms (and non-FIPS approved) from the list of allowed connections. In practice this should not affect most users, however, some older versions of ssh clients will be unable to connect.
The following versions, or later, of the following clients have been tested and are known to work:
- PuTTY (0.64)
- WinSCP (5.7.2)
- mRemoteNG (1.72 using ssh2)
- MobaXterm (6.5)
- KiTTY (0.63.2.2)
- Bitvise SSH Client (6.22)
BMC Atrium Discovery OS and application software have been tested and found to be free from susceptibility to date/time issues which may occur as the result of the additional day in a leap year.