Supported platforms for the meter
The currently supported operating systems for the TrueSight meter are listed below.
This list was last updated on August 14, 2017 with the release of meter version 4.7.0-852.
indicates a completely supported platform, indicates support for specific architecture(s), and indicates no support.
|Operating system||Version||32 bit||64 bit|
|3.2 and later|
|Amazon Linux AMI||All|
|ArchLinux||Kernel version 4|
| Linux Mint||13-17|
| Mac OS X||10.8-10.10|
| Red Hat Enterprise Linux||5.x-7.x|
|Windows Server||2008 R2-2016|
Request support for an Operating System or Version
To request support for additional Operating Systems or specific versions of an Operating System, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IP addresses and ports used by the meter
The following is provided as a convenience if you absolutely need the IP addresses. However, these IP addresses are subject to change without notice. As we add new load balancers, and makes changes to the platform, the IP addresses may adjust. Therefore we urge you to not white-list IP addresses.
The current IP addresses for
api.truesight.bmc.com as of October 1, 2016 are: 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, and 188.8.131.52.
The current IP address block for
github.com is 184.108.40.206/22.
The meter plugins require access to
github.com on port 443.
System resources required by the meter
The meter requires minimal server and network resources.
Server: The meter consumes approximately 1% or less CPU for a single core. Also, since it is multi-threaded, the consumption reduces with an increase in the number of cores.
Network: Each meter sends ~86 megabytes of data per day.