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New Release: Veritas Operations Manager (VOM) 3.0

Created: 10 May 2010 • Updated: 11 Jun 2014 • 5 comments
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Veritas Operations Manager centralizes visibility and control, ensures availability , scales operations, optimizes storage and maintains compliance across your server and storage assets.

Veritas Operations Manager (VOM) 3.0 release includes:

  • Central Management Server on Solaris, Linux & Windows
  • Managed Hosts for Solaris SPARC, Solaris x86, Redhat Linux, Linux on pSeries, HP 11.11, HP 11.23, HP 11.31, Windows, AIX which support all SFHA versions from 4.0+ (Including supporting HP 3.5 read-only)
  • Storage Templates & Volume Migration Add-on
  • Unix Active Management Add-on
  • Windows Active Management Add-on

Key Features:

  • Brand New Dashboard, focusing on Risks and health of your environment
  • Storage Provisioning using Templates
  • Advanced Volume Migration
  • VCS Operations
  • More detailed VCS visualization
  • Performance monitoring and statistics
  • Scheduler: For Reports and Policy Check
  • 20+ new reports
  • Better security configuration
  • Fault Management with detailed analysis for root cause
  • Spanking new user interface based on Highlander, with easier navigation, better searching and filtering
  • Activity monitoring
  • Pre-bundled License Deployment Reporter functionality
  • Pre-bundled Policy Check (was Health Check)

OS Versions:  
Management Server

  • RHEL 4 Update 3, 5 and 5.1
  • SUSE Linux 9 and 10
  • Solaris SPARC 10
  • Windows 2003 x64 and Windows 2008 x64

Managed Hosts

  • Solaris SPARC
  • Solaris x86
  • AIX
  • HP-UX 11.11 , 11.23 and 11.31 (HP -UX 11.11 for SF 3.5)
  • RedHat Linux (x86_64)
  • SuSE Linux (x86_64)
  • Windows 32-bit and 64-bit

Resources
Veritas Operations Manager Connect Technical Video Screencasts:

Data Sheet:
http://go.symantec.com/vom

 
End of Life Announcement for Storage Foundation Manager and Veritas Cluster Server Management Console:
http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/350814

 
Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) for Veritas Operations Manager 3.0 and Storage Foundation 5.1 products on UNIX:
http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/330441

 
Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) for Veritas Operations Manager 3.0 and Storage Foundation products on Windows:
http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/337683

 
Release Notes:
ftp://ftp.entsupport.symantec.com/pub/support/documentation/vom_notes_3.0.pdf

 
Late Breaking News:
http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/346742

 
Documentation:
Installation and Configuration Guide(s):
ftp://ftp.entsupport.symantec.com/pub/support/documentation/vom_install_3.0.pdf

 
 System Administration Guide(s):
ftp://ftp.entsupport.symantec.com/pub/support/documentation/vom_admin_3.0.pdf

Users Guide(s):
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/overview.jsp?pid=58796

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cnelson47's picture

customer is deploying VOM 3.0 and has been succesful for all the hosts,until they experienced issues with a Linux server running RHEL 5 64 bit server.Getting permission denied errors. Tries to refresh the host from the console and also gets the permission errors. Any thoughts on where to look first. Deployed a linux 4.1 with no issues.

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Kimberley's picture

Please post your question in the forums - you should receive a response there, whereas people might not see your question here in the blog section.

Thanks for participating in the community!

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HarryJung's picture

have cust who run his policy (including all signatures)
Now have 1 warning message below which I couldn't explained to him

Root Validity vcsp1n1 Volume rootdg is not a valid Root Volume

 
volume is ok and root file system was mounted from this volume

 rootvol
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dg rootdg       default      default  17000    1280457694.27.vcsp1n1
dm rootdisk     c0t0d0s2     auto     74743    585825000 -

dm rootmirror   c0t1d0s2     auto     74743    585825000 -

v  rootvol      -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   4200000  ROUND     -        root
pl rootvol-01   rootvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   4200000  CONCAT    -        RW
sd rootdisk-01  rootvol-01   rootdisk 0        4200000  0         c0t0d0   ENA
pl rootvol-02   rootvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   4200000  CONCAT    -        RW
sd rootmirror-01 rootvol-02  rootmirror 0      4200000  0         c0t1d0   ENA

df -k
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/dev/vx/dsk/bootdg/rootvol 2057671  673139 1322802    34%    /

So what caused the root validity warning messages ?

Thanks in advance. 

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g_lee's picture

Just wondering - why is it testing rootdg as a root volume? shouldn't it be rootvol? That would be my first thought anyway (ie: instead of specifying rootvol as the Root Volume, rootdg has been entered instead, hence it complains it's not valid since it's not a volume??)

hope that helps

P/S: deleted earlier comment as it was duplicate / you'd corrected the typo in your second post :)

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HarryJung's picture

Thanks for you input.
But cust simply select all signatures,eg, not specified rootdg as root volume or any inputs to all signatures.
It seems the built-in "Root validity" signature picked up rootdg as root volume and complained ( I watched it from webex session)

Also there're lots of DMP/DDL warnings
eg)

DMP/DDL Enclosure Claim vcsp1n2 APM for ASL libvxCLARiiON.so is not properly configured

I explained cust that this was due to the relevant apm was not loaded as below;
#vxdmpadm listapm all output
Filename           APM Name           APM Version  Array Types       State
================================================================================
.
.
.
dmpCLARiiON        dmpCLARiiON            1        CLR-A/P           Not-Active <<<<<< not loaded
dmpCLARiiON        dmpCLARiiON            1        CLR-A/PF         Not-Active <<<<<< not loaded
..
.

Is this correct ?

In general, can we have any scripts/techical documents for the each signature for troubleshooting purpose ?

Some warning messages are self-explanatory but some are not so difficult to troubleshoot.

Thanks in advance.

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