BladeLogic Server Automation team is excited to release the BladeLogic Dashboard 1.4.00.
1) KPIs & Advanced Options:
- Software Deploy
2) Additional DB parameters like "Maximum number of open session" ,"Maximum number of open Cursors" and "Last Analyzed Stats"
3) Dashboard UI side column sorting
4) Defect fixes
- The zip should be extracted on a BladeLogic application server and the 'configure_dashboard' script run.
- Please note that the older version of the BSA Dashboard Script and BSA Dashboard Job will be deleted and a new BSA Dashboard Script and BSA Dashboard Job will be generated.
Unzip the BSA_Dashboard-1.4.xx.zip file
Run "nsh configure_dashboard.nsh -U <BLUser> -R <BLRole> -P <BLProfile> -b <BDSSA Server> -t n"
(doesn't install tomcat: '-t n')
configure_dashboard.nsh -U <BLUser> -R <BLRole> -P <BLProfile> -b <BDSSA Server> -t <y/n>
-U BLUser: BladeLogic User Name
-R BLRole: BladeLogic Role Name
-P BLProfile: BladeLogic Login Profile Name
-b BDSSA server: Hostname of the BDSSA Server to install the Value Dashboard Reports (optional)
-t Install Tomcat or not (y/n) (optional, default is to install)
-r Retention, in days, of dashboard history to keep
-n Send email notifications y/n
-o Email To
-s Email From
-j JAVA_HOME: Java Home to use for the Tomcat install
-w overwriteExisting job and depot objects
-p plaintext user password to run the dashboard
-i install the tomcat init scripts (Linux only)
-T directory to extract Tomcat install to
- You will be prompted to enter the password for the BladeLogic user you entered if not supplied on the command line.
- If you selected to install Tomcat you will be prompted for a JAVA_HOME for Tomcat (defaults to the appserver's java) and an install location for Tomcat. The install files can be removed after install, if not supplied on the commandline
- Once the script finishes execution, access the dashboard via the URL printed at the end of the screen (if Tomcat was installed)
For more information refer to https://docs.bmc.com/docs/display/bldash10/Home
Note: Tomcat is not required to use the Health Dashboard, but is a convenient way to view the output via a web browser. If Tomcat is not practical for some reason, use the "-t n" option when installing, and copy the generated files (from the fileserver/dashboard/report directory) to a workstation or laptop with a web browser to review.
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