HP Universal CMDB & Configuration Manager Release Notes

for the Windows and Linux operating systems

Software version: 10.00 Cumulative Update Package 1 (CUP1 - Translated Documentation)

Publication date: December 2012

This package contains the translated documentation files for HP Universal CMDB and Configuration Manager version 10.00.

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HP Universal CMDB 10.00 CUP1 Files/Components

HP UCMDB 10.00 CUP1 is packaged in one .zip file named UCMDB_00096.zip (for Windows) or UCMDB_00097.zip (for Linux) which includes the following files/components:

HP UCMDB Configuration Manager 10.00 CUP1 Files/Components

HP UCMDB Configuration Manager 10.00 CUP1 is packaged in one .zip file named UCMDBCM_00007.zip (for Windows) or UCMDBCM_00008.zip (for Linux) which includes the following files/components:

Install 10.00 CUP1 on the HP Universal CMDB and Configuration Manager Servers

CUP Installation for both HP Universal CMDB and Configuration Manager is performed through an automated procedure using the installation wizard.

Important: The HP UCMDB 10.00 CUP1 can be installed only on top of HP Universal CMDB version 10.00. The HP UCMDB CM 10.00 CUP1 can be installed only on top of HP UCMDB CM 10.00.

Pre-requisites - UCMDB and Configuration Manager

  1. From the HP Software Product Manuals site, download the Interactive Deployment Guide, Support Matrix, and Release Notes for version 10.00 in your preferred language. To do so:
    1. Access the URL: HP Software Product Manuals (http://h20230.www2.hp.com/selfsolve/manuals). You must have a valid HP Passport to access this site. If you do not have one, contact your HP sales representative.
    2. Select the following:
      • Product: Universal CMDB (Application Mapping) or Universal CMDB Configuration Manager.
      • Product version: 10.0 (at bottom of list of available versions)
      • Operating System.
      • Preferred Language.
      • Click Search. A list of all the documents satisfying your selections opens at the bottom of the page. You can select the file to download.
      • You must perform the search once for the Deployment Guide, once for the Support Matrix, and once for the Release Notes.

    3. To view the interactive Deployment Guide, you must extract all the files from the downloaded .zip file.
  2. Review the Release Notes and Support Matrix documents for relevant information regarding version 10.00.
  3. Follow the instructions in the interactive Deployment Guide and install version 10.00 of UCMDB and Configuration Manager.
  4. After version 10.00 has been installed and verified, stop the services before performing the CUP installation.
  5. For UCMDB: Extract UCMDB_00096.zip (for Windows) or UCMDB_00097.zip (for Linux) to a temporary directory.
  6. For Configuration Manager: Extract UCMDBCM_00007.zip (for Windows) or UCMDBCM_00008.zip (for Linux) to a temporary directory.

CUP Installation

You must first install the UCMDB CUP, start up the server, and then perform the CM CUP installation.

  1. For UCMDB: Double click the file Server_Patch_10.00.CUP1_Windows.exe (for Windows) or Server_Patch_10.00.CUP1_Linux.bin (for Linux) to open the HP Universal CMDB Server CUP Installation Wizard.
  2. For Configuration Manager: Double click the file HPCM_10.00.CUP1.exe (for Windows) or HPCM_10.00.CUP1.bin (for Linux) to open the HP Universal CMDB Configuration Manager CUP Installation Wizard.

  3. While running the wizard:
    • In the Choose Install Folder screen, select the installation directory in which UCMDB/CM is already installed.
    • For UCMDB, in the Install Data Flow Probe CUP screen, select the following option:
      • Automatically update Data Flow Probe with the new CUP version. This does not install anything on your machine as this CUP is for translated documentation files only. It does, however, update the version of the Data Flow Probe that is installed to version 10.00 CUP1.
    • In the Required Actions screen, follow the instruction to ensure that the server is down.
  4. Once the installation wizard for UCMDB is completed, start up the version 10.00 server per the instructions in the Deployment Guide for version 10.00. Go back to step 1 to install the CM CUP.
  5. Once the CM CUP installation is completed, the CM service is started as part of the installation process.

HP Universal CMDB and CM 10.00 CUP1 Uninstall Procedure

When performing the uninstall procedure, this procedure must be performed for both the UCMDB Server and the Data Flow probes, as well as Configuration Manager.

  1. Stop the HP Universal CMDB and Configuration Manager servers, and all running Data Flow Probes before uninstalling the version CUP.
  2. For UCMDB: Double click Uninstall HP Universal CMDB Server 10.00 CUP1.exe under C:\hp\UCMDB\UCMDBServer\UninstallerCUP and follow the uninstall wizard instructions.
  3. For Configuration Manager:
    • Windows: Go to Start menu > Programs > HP Universal CMDB Configuration Manager 10.0 and double click Uninstall HP Universal CMDB Configuration Manager 10.00 CUP1.
    • Linux: Go to <CM installation folder/_sp_installation/ and run HPCM_10.00_CUP1-Uninstall.
  4. Uninstall all existing Probes as follows:
    1. Start > All Programs > HP UCMDB > Uninstall Data Flow Probe.
    2. Undeploy the probeUpdate package.
  5. Reinstall the Probes with the same configuration, that is, use the same Probe IDs, domain names, and server names as for the previous Probe installations. Remember that the Probe ID is case sensitive.
  6. Note: After performing an upgrade and installing the new Data Flow Probe, all the Discovery jobs that were active before the upgrade are automatically run.

  7. Start the UCMDB server and once it is up, start the CM server.

Notes and Limitations

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Acknowledgements
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