|Summary||Unix Process Accounting collector fixes|
|Valid for||6.3.x, 6.4.x, 6.5.0.x|
|Server Required Patch/es|
|Supersedes||2077, 2058, 2053, 967, 927, 836, 998, 881, 797, 743, 915|
|Affects||Client: System Analyzer|
|Last Updated||June 30, 2017|
This patch fixes: - Unix Process Accounting that sometimes uses too much CPU - Unix Process Accounting that sometimes misses short data - Unix Process Accounting that sometimes duplicates PACCT and PS data The updated programs are monips, monips_to_psm and the client daemon.
General Description: Ability to read PBS data files with CR Detailed Description: PBS data has been handled already, but it can't be supported if the input file contains CR. This patch updates pbsacct_to_psm to be able to read input files containing CR in the lines. This has been tested on TORQUE and it was able to parse these files.
General Description: Missing memory information in PBS data caused invalid output Detailed Description: This patch updates the pbsacct_to_psm on Unix client to handle data that misses the memory information in the PBS records. It will add the value 0 whenever the memory information is missing.
General Description: This patch fixes the collection of SAR data after installing Patch 998 Detailed Description: SAR got an error in data collection because of a very old revision of Client.pm after installing Patch 998. This patch updates Client.pm to fix the error from Patch 998.
The free memory was previously reported as "memory pages" by SAR. It has been changed to KB. This is the client update needed for Solaris clients in this respect. It updates sar_to_psm and SAR.pm. The patch also contains an update to fix the client daemon that caused a possible loss of data as a result of PID rotation. This applies to all platforms. Client.pm is updated for this fix. Patch 966 is the corresponding server patch.
This patch contains updates needed for SuSE client, AIX 6 and AIX 7 client. This patch contains the Perl programs and modules needed to run SystemAnalyzer on the mentioned clients. It adds support for Open iT 126.96.36.199.
This patch added conversion of : to _ in account names found in the PBS log files. Without this fix output data from pbsacct_to_psm ends up with too many fields when : occurs in the account name. After the patch is installed any existing but failed data can be reparied by running . /etc/opt/openit/openit.env ./files/fix_pbs.pl (from the patch directory). This will find discarded files under the "garbage" directory and repair this. The next time pbs data collection is activated this data should be transfered. Run /opt/openit/bin/clicons and stat cron to identify the id for the `OpeniT::Client::_process_pbs_acct_data` job and a cron NUM if you want to PBS data processed and sent to the server immediately.
General Description: Add lock for cron job for license status transfer on Unix client. Detailed Description: There are license-status warnings found in openit_serverd.log when the cron job for sending license status files is triggered many times with short interval. In Management Console tab, when cron 0 for monitor license status is clicked many times in just a short time, the cron job processes repeatedly causing the warning in log that the status file already exists. This patch fixes this issue by updating the Client.pm to make sure that no more than one cron job is running at any time.
Adds use of sar -q to get "rq-size" (Run queue size) on Linux. Adds "Wait IO %" on Linux. Both are measurements. Fixes a bug in parsing that caused the time stamp of the sar logs to be delayed by one sar interval.
pacct_to_psm is now allowed to complete processing of a pacct file that contains more faulty records. Earlier, the process would be aborted after a certain number of such records. The error checking can be turned on / off by setting a directive in /etc/opt/openit/openit.cfg: PACCT_CHECK_ERROR (on|off) If the directive is not present, the default behavior is as before, "on". sar has been extended to handle version 9 of the sysstat package.
Update on the module that converts UID to user name. Us of "ypcat" can be turned on or off by setting in /etc/opt/openit/openit.cfg: UID_YPCAT (true|false) The default is to use "ypcat".
This patch contains fix for clients that cannot read parameters LICPOLL_SEND_INTERVAL and LICPOLL_SEND_OFFSET. -- To use, modify /etc/opt/openit/openit.cfg by adding the lines: LICPOLL_SEND_INTERVAL <interval_value> LICPOLL_SEND_OFFSET <offset_value>
Unpack tar file in e.g /tmp/patch on the Open iT host. Do the following as root: cd /tmp/patch ./patch.pl
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