Sentinel Log Manager 126.96.36.199 resolves specific previous issues. This document outlines why you should install this hotfix.
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The following sections outline issues resolved in this release:
Sentinel Log Manager 188.8.131.52 now includes Java 8, which includes fixes for several security vulnerabilities.
Sentinel Log Manager 184.108.40.206 provides software fixes for the following issues:
Issue: A vulnerability exists in SSL 3.0, which might allow the plaintext of secure connections to be calculated. For more information, see CVE-2014-3566 or https://access.redhat.com/articles/1232123. (BUG 902061 and 902233)
Fix: Sentinel Log Manager 220.127.116.11 fixes the vulnerability in the following ports:
The open ports now use only TLS protocol. Sentinel Log manager 18.104.22.168 disables all SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0 protocols on these ports.
Issue: Sentinel Log Manager does not parse raw data if it is corrupt. Sentinel Log Manager stops receiving events from the remote collector manager and generates an out of memory error. (BUG 844087)
Fix: Sentinel Log Manager now drops the corrupt raw data and proceeds with the data collection.
Issue: After you upgrade Sentinel Log Manager to 22.214.171.124, when you initiate a search for events, the search does not complete and becomes unresponsive. (BUG 901524)
Fix: When you initiate a search, it now completes and displays the appropriate results.
You can upgrade to Sentinel Log Manager 126.96.36.199 from Sentinel Log Manager 1.2 or later. To upgrade to Sentinel Log Manager 188.8.131.52, see “Upgrading Sentinel Log Manager” in the Sentinel Log Manager 1.2.2 Installation Guide. After performing the upgrade procedure, restart the Sentinel Log Manager server to apply updates for SLES 11 Service Pack 3.
IMPORTANT:If you are upgrading Sentinel Log Manager appliance on an operating system prior to SLES 11 SP3, you must upgrade the appliance by using the zypper command line utility because user interaction is required to complete the upgrade. WebYaST is not capable of facilitating the required user interaction. For information about using zypper to upgrade the appliance, see “Upgrading the Appliance by Using zypper” in the Sentinel Log Manager 1.2.2 Installation Guide.
NetIQ Corporation strives to ensure our products provide quality solutions for your enterprise software needs. The following issue is currently being researched. If you need further assistance with any issue, please contact Technical Support.
For the list of known issues in the supported SLES 11 Service Pack, see the SUSE Release Notes.
For the list of known issues in previous releases, see the Sentinel Log Manager 1.2.1 Documentation Web site.
Issue: When you uninstall the remote collector manager, an error message displays and stops the uninstallation. (BUG 921683)
Workaround: To ensure that the remote collector manager is uninstalled properly, perform the following:
For Windows: When uninstalling on Windows, the system prompts for the Java location. Set the location as: <install_directory>\SP_184.108.40.206_<upgrade_date>_bak\jre\bin\java.exe and continue with the remaining steps.
For SLES: Before you uninstall the remote collector manager, perform the following:
Log in as the root user.
Navigate to the folder where the remote controller manager JRE is installed.
Rename the existing java file to java8 to create a backup.
mv java java8
Navigate to <install_directory>/SP_220.127.116.11_<upgrade_date>_bak/jre/bin folder and change the java7 file permission to executable.
chmod u+x <install_directory>/SP_18.104.22.168_<upgrade_date>_bak/jre/bin/java
Set the location to the java7 file.
ln -s <install_directory>/SP_22.214.171.124_<upgrade_date>_bak/jre/bin/java java
Navigate to the uninstall folder.
Run the uninstall command.
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