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Patches for your product can have a variety of names. These names are based on product, component, or package names. For more information on patch naming conventions and the relationship between products, components, and packages, see the SORT online help.
POINT PATCH FOR VERITAS VIRTUALIZATION MANAGER FOR VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 5.1MP2P2 on ESX
Etrack Incidents: 1477058
Errors/Problems Fixed: Updates to Veritas Virtualization Manager (VVM) to
configure virtual machine service groups for VCS 5.1MP2P2 on ESX.
Install this patch after installing Veritas Cluster Server 5.1MP2P2 on ESX.
After installing this patch, VVM cannot be used for earlier versions of Veritas
Refer to the section on Upgrading Veritas Virtualization Manager (VVM) on
clients in the Veritas Cluster Server Implementation Guide 5.1MP2.
To confirm that the upgrade is successful, go to Start -> Settings ->
Control Panel -> Add Remove Programs and click on Support information for
Veritas Virtualization Manager to verify that the version is 5.1.2100.
Refer to the section on Removing Veritas Virtualization Manager (VVM) in the
Veritas Cluster Server Implementation Guide 5.1MP2.
Get notifications about ASLs/APMs, HCLs, patches, and high availability agents
As a registered user, you can create notifications to receive updates about NetBackup Future Platform and Feature Plans, NetBackup hot fixes/EEBs in released versions, Array Support Libraries (ASLs)/Array Policy Modules (APMs), hardware compatibility lists (HCLs), patches and high availability agents. In addition, you can create system-specific notifications customized to your environment.
The Compare Configurations feature lets you compare different system scans by the data collector. When you sign in, you can choose a target system, compare reports run at different times, and easily see how the system's configuration has changed.
After logging in, you can retrieve past reports, share reports with colleagues, review notifications you received, and retain custom settings. Anonymous users cannot access these features.
As a registered user,you can upload multiple reports, using the Bulk Uploader.