Release Notes: SDMC support and much more.
Release Notes: This release adds HEA stats on IVM. The "time issue" has hopefully been fixed. IVM now supports share_idle_procs_active.
Release Notes: A workaround for systems with many lpars (50+), 1GB RAM in the HMC (lshmc -v|grep SZ), and a sample rate of 60 seconds, which might have lead to an HMC hang. The hang is caused by an HMC bug that will be fixed in HMC 7.7.2 (since 7.3.4, the problem worsened when Active Memory Sharing was in use).
Release Notes: This release puts arbitrary lpars across all HMCs into the aggregated graph (via the link "All lpars" in the Historical report section).
Release Notes: This release adds "realtime" refreshing of lpar/pool graphs for HMC utilization sample rates less than one hour. Refreshing is not automatic, but manual, via a Web "refresh".
Release Notes: IVM is supported. A problem with managed names containging a space was fixed. HEA stats now contain graphed error packets. A problem with donating cycles of dedicated partitions which are switched off was fixed.
Release Notes: This version shows LAN IVE/HEA statistics.
Release Notes: Under "Total CPU util per HMC", this release has total CPU utilization per HMC box. It includes CPU and MEM LPAR text summary on the bottom of the CPU pool and memory graphs. A support.sh script is included for collecting data necessary for support purposes. A bug where CPU pools for HMC < 7.3.3 did not work has been fixed. A small bug from 2.49 in processing excluded managed systems has been fixed.
Release Notes: An LPAR search option was added. Export to CSV in historical graphs was added. The lpar2rrd error log and LPAR2RRD configuration are now shown in the Web interface. There are new set of colors for aggregated graphs. Excluded managed systems are now excluded even from displaing (previously, they were excluded only from getting new data). When there is a corrupted rrttool file, it is automatically removed. A bug where it did not show the "LPARs aggregated" menu for servers with many LPARs has been fixed. LPARs in aggregared graphs are now alphabetically sorted.
Release Notes: Aggregated graphs creation no longer fails for more than 64 LPARs in one server. An issue with a dot within LPAR names has been fixed.