APTARE IT Analytics Release Notes
- About APTARE IT Analytics
- Patch Releases for Version 10.4.00
- What's New: Version 10.4 Highlights
- Supported Systems
- Installation and Upgrades
- Enhancements and Resolved Issues by Category
- Known Issues, Optimizations, and End of Life (EOL)
The following known issues are present in the release.
APTARE IT Analytics uses a utility, nb_monitor_util to help collect data from a NetBackup Appliance. Due to a limitation in nb_monitor_util not providing unique IDs for Fans and Connections, there may a discrepancy in the number of records and the actual number of devices present in the appliance.
Some versions of Isilon OneFS do not have all required SNMP MIBs installed, resulting in errors while running the snmptranslate command. This command is only used when saving rawdata (normally checkinstall or on-demand collection). This issue will manifest as errors in the collector log similar to:
/usr/local/share/snmp/mibs/SNMP-TLS-TM-MIB.txt: No such file or directory
The directory and specific files may depend on the version of Isilon OneFS. You can workaround this issue by manually downloading and installing the missing MIBs onto the Isilon node that is being used for collection. MIBs can be downloaded from:
MIBs should be copied to the path specified in the error message. The new MIB files should be given the same file permissions as other MIB files in that directory - in particular, they must be readable by the login being used for collection. If the permissions are incorrect then subsequent collections may give different errors similar to:
/usr/local/share/snmp/mibs/SNMP-TLS-TM-MIB.txt: Permission denied
EMC Isilon SMB shares in access zones are not being collected and reported in the EMC Isilon SMB Share Summary report.
For SAN Fabric collection, in certain cases, the database may contain aliases that actually do not exist, but they appear to be associated with a zone.
When running checkinstall for VMware collection, error messages may not accurately reflect the cause of the error. Inspect the collector logs for the actual cause of the error.
Occasionally, tabular reports will display mis-aligned column headings. To avoid this issue, wait for the report to finish rendering before clicking on another tab.
The File Analytics File List Export feature has an issue where the number of files exported does not match the number of files shown in the File Categories report. This occurs only if the File Categories have been modified and the user running the report belongs to more than one Domain.
Java 11 disables outdated and insecure TLS encryption algorithms. Some subsystems require use of these outdated algorithms for successful collection. Subsystems known to be affected include: Commvault, Compellent, Brocade BNA and Cisco DCNM. The issue will manifest in the collector logs as a javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException. If this issue occurs, try modifying the Java security settings as documented in the Commvault, Compellent, Brocade BNA and Cisco DCNM Data Collector prerequisites. Refer to the individual documentation for those subsystems in APTARE IT Analytics help. Note that the presence of SSLHandshakeException in the logs only indicates the possibility that this issue is the cause.
The Linux upgrade installer and data collector installer displays "line 3578: //Fix: No such file or directory" and "line 3579: //: Is a directory" during the unpacking of the installer. This output can be safely ignored.
During a portal upgrade, the upgrade script may abruptly abort:
<JAVA_HOME>/lib/ext exists, extensions mechanism no longer supported; Use -classpath instead. Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine. Error: A fatal exception has occurred.
The program will exit. To workaround the issue: delete either ext or ext-old directories in C:/opt/aptare/upgrade/jre/lib folder and rerun the upgrade script.
For Cohesity DataProtect, Veeam Backup & Replication, Rubrik Cloud Data Management, and NAKIVO Backup & Replication collection, if Directory, NAS and File Type object types are persisted, only backup servers are counted toward licenses. Individual clients are not counted.