This topic contains information about updates in this patch, PAZGW.2.5.01.AJ01_Hotfix - Static Block, and provides instructions for downloading and installing the patch.
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The patch contains the following files:
This file, which contains patch documentation
Agent installation script for Windows
Agent installation script for Linux
Agent upgrade script for Windows
Agent upgrade script for Linux
Required file for the installation and upgrade
Updated recording configuration to be copied into the recording configuration file
The patch applies to BMC Application Diagnostics version 2.5.01 or earlier.
The patch reduces the footprint and impact of the BMC Application Diagnostics Agent for Java on the application server. By injecting code only into classes that are marked for recording the impact on performance is reduced and the possibility of interference with applications classes.
Download the patch file from the Electronic Product Distribution (EPD) to a temporary directory on each BMC Application Diagnostics Agent computer and extract the files.
Log on to the website.
Under the Product Patches tab, expand the BMC Application Management Suite.
Drill down to the appropriate version, platform, and language for BMC Application Diagnostics.
Click BMC Application Diagnostics - Static Block to download the PAZGW.2.5.01.AJ01.gz (Linux) or PAZGW.2.5.01.AJ01.zip (Windows) patch file.
All BMC Application Diagnostics Server components (Portal and Collector) must be at version 2.5.01.
The patch contains a full agent installation.
BMC recommends that you upgrade all Diagnostics Agents to the patched version. Running Agents with versions different from the patched Agent can result in unexpected behavior; specifically, some database queries might be only partially recorded.
The patch files contain new a text file, agent-recording.java.txt, that you copy to the recording configuration file in the BMC Application Performance Management Console.
To perform this procedure, you must have -level access or higher, or have tenant Application Owner-level access.
(Recommended) Make a backup by copying and saving the contents of the current recording configuration file in a text file.
If you have made changes to the default, out-of-the-box recording configuration file, you will need to integrate the changes into the new recording configuration file.
Return to your current recording configuration file in the Console, delete the existing recording configuration, and paste the copied contents from the agent-recording.java.txt file.