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Veritas Cluster Manager Java Console 5.1.2

Created: 06 Mar 2013 • Updated: 30 Apr 2013 | 4 comments
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Veritas Cluster Manager Java Console version 5.1.2 for windows 7 , I want to check with you whether is it end of life software & symantec doesn't support it.
If no support & end of life what version should we use for Veritas Cluster Manager Java Console for windows 7
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CraigV's picture

...moved to the correct forum.


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Daniel Matheus's picture

Hello Giri,

The cluster comsole is deprecated, but you can still download and use for basic cluster maintenance tasks.

You can't use it for new Features that were implemented with the most recent cluster versions.

See for details:

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ashirodk's picture


As mentioned above, the VCS Java Console is deprecated. The latest version is at . You will need to create a free SymAccount to log in and download.

For the console:

  • No new features of VCS (that came in VCS 6.0 and beyond) are supported.
  • But if there is an escalation for older VCS features (present in 5.X or earlier) that are not working in the console then engineering works towards getting the issue resolved.


mikebounds's picture

The replacement for the VCS Java GUI is VOM, but this is a centralised management tool and you cannot install VOM on a Windows or Linux client - it must be installed on a Windows/Linux/Unix server such as Windows 2003/2008 or RedHat Enterprise Linux and then you access VOM via a web browser on your client.

VOM is free and can be downloaded from the; zoom: 1; font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 14.390625px; background-position: 100% 50%; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat;">Veritas Operations Manager 4.0 link from

(note even though link says VOM 4.0 the link directs you to download the latest 5.0 version)

Also note that VOM also replaces VEA - i.e a single VOM installation can be used to manage VCS and SF nodes installed on Windows, Linux and UNIX


UK Symantec Consultant in VCS, GCO, SF, VVR, VxAT on Solaris, AIX, HP-ux, Linux & Windows

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