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This topic contains information about fixes and updates in the patch for PATROL for Microsoft Exchange Servers 6.1.10. 

Added new attributes

The following attributes have been added to the Exchange Local Server, Exchange Remote Server, and Exchange Edge Server monitor types:

AttributesMonitor type
Internal Active Remote Delivery Queue Length

Transport Queues Instances (MSEXCH_Transport_Queues)

External Active Remote Delivery Queue Length
Internal Largest Unlocked Delivery Queue Length
External Largest Unlocked Delivery Queue Length
Internal Largest Delivery Queue Length

Transport Queues (MSEXCH_Remote_Transport_Queues)

Transport Queues Instances (MSEXCH_Transport_Queues_Edge)

External Largest Delivery Queue Length
Internal Retry Remote Delivery Queue Length
External Retry Remote Delivery Queue Length
Internal Aggregate Delivery Queue Length
External Aggregate Delivery Queue Length
Internal Active Remote Delivery Queue Length
External Active Remote Delivery Queue Length
Internal Largest Unlocked Delivery Queue Length
External Largest Unlocked Delivery Queue Length

Improved logging

The KM now provides improved logging for local, remote, and edge exchange servers to help you troubleshoot issues better. The logs will now be generated in multiple log files. 

Remote exchange servers

The logs are initially generated in the %PATROL_HOME%\PKX\logs\cmdlet\BMCCMDlet<PID>.txt file.

Once the default file size set in the DebugFileSize property of the %PATROL_HOME%\PKX\Conf\Properties\CmdLet.properties file exceeds, the logs from the BMCCMDlet<PID>.txt file are cleared and moved to a new <Timestamp>_BMCCmdLet<PID>.txt file and the new incoming logs continue to be generated in the BMCCMDlet<PID>.txt file.

Each time the file size of the BMCCMDlet<PID>.txt file exceeds, the logs are moved to as many files as is set in the LogFilesCount property of the CmdLet.properties file.

Local and Edge exchange servers

The logs are initially generated in the %PATROL_HOME%\bin\MSEXCHCMdlet<PID>.txt file.

Once the default file size of 50 MB exceeds, the logs from the MSEXCHCMdlet<PID>.txt file are cleared and moved to a new <Timestamp>_MSEXCHCmdlet<PID>.txt file and the new incoming logs continue to be generated in the MSEXCHCMdlet<PID>.txt file.

Each time the file size of the MSEXCHCMdlet<PID>.txt file exceeds, the logs are moved to newer files.

Downloading the patch

Select and download the installation files for your platform; see the following table. Use your BMC Support credentials to access the EPD website. You might also be prompted to complete the Export Compliance Form.

ComponentEPD link
PATROL for Microsoft Exchange Servers 6.1.10 

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