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Enhancements in version 8.3.00
From the documentation, It seems that 8.3.0 is best suit for Unix environment upgrading to solaris 11
New platform support for patch management :
Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) 6 ; For Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) 6 support, the Oracle Enterprise Linux Catalog tab within Patch Catalog now includes the following new filters: Oracle Linux x86 & Oracle Linux x86_64.
The following topics describe corrected issues that you might encounter in a typical BMC Server Automation implementation. This is not a complete list of all issues addressed in the current release. To investigate an issue, contact BMC Support Central. Application Server corrected problems BMC Server Automation console corrected problems Compliance Content add-ons corrected problems Compliance and SCAP corrected problems Installation and migration corrected problems Integration-related corrected problems Job-related corrected problems Network Shell corrected problems Patch corrected problems Provisioning corrected problems Virtualization corrected problems Web services corrected problems"
Deprecated platform support Support for the following operating systems has been deprecated or is planned to be deprecated. BMC Server Automation 8.3 no longer supports the following platforms:
HP-UX (PA-RISC) 11.11 (11i v1)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (x86) 3
Oracle Solaris (sun4u) 8 Oracle Solaris (sun4u) 9 by the BMC Server Automation Application Server
Deprecated in the next release The next release of BMC Server Automation will not support components on the following platforms :
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
BMC BladeLogic Bulk RSCD Agent Installer
ProvisionalEnhancement Solaris 11 : For more information, see Provisioning process for Solaris and Defining settings for Solaris servers.