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Storage Resource Monitor Profiler 6.2.3 Hotfix 1

Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Nov 01, 2017

Views: 95 Votes: 1 Revisions: 3

Updated 12/13/16

Fixed issues

This hotfix addresses the following issues:

  • The authentication filter allows certain URLs to bypass authentication

Environment

  • SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor 6.2.3

Notes

Download the hotfix from https://customerportal.solarwinds.com/HotFixes.

Installation instructions

  1. Unpack STM-v6.2.3-HotFix1 package to the Storage Manager Server installation directory.
    The default installation directory is:
    On Windows: \Program Files\SolarWinds\Storage Manager Server\
    On Linux: /opt/Storage_Manager_Server/

    Note: If you are applying the patch for a Linux-based STM server, and downloaded the patch on a Windows computer, make sure that you unzip the package from Linux.

  2. Extract the file structure as follows:

          <InstallationDirectory>\Patch\STM Patch.bat

  3. On Windows: run the STM Patch.bat batch script in the Patch folder.
    On Linux: execute STM_Patch.sh.

    Note: If you unzipped the package onto a Windows computer and copied it to Linux, and find you are unable to execute the script, do the following:
          a. Run sed -e 's/.$//' STM_Patch.sh > Copy_of_STM_Patch.sh
          b. Execute Copy_of_STM_Patch.sh

    The script will stop all the STM services, apply the patches, and then start all the STM services. Do not stop this process.

  4. From the Storage Manager Console, click Settings > Upgrade Agents, and do the following:
           a. Enter a name for the upgrade.
           b. Select all the modules.
           c. Select all the agents.
           d. Click Save. This will initiate a module push to all agents.

  5. You can check the status of this module push using Settings > Upload Modules > Module Push Report.

  6. To verify the list of patches that have been applied, go to Storage Manager Console > Settings > About.

Result of HotFix

After applying this fix, the authentication bypass issue should no longer occur.

 

For more information, contact Technical Support at www.solarwinds.net/support

 

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