APTARE IT Analytics Release Notes

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Product(s): APTARE IT Analytics (10.4)
Platform: APTARE IT Analytics
  1. Introduction
    1.  
      About APTARE IT Analytics10.4
  2. Patch Releases for Version 10.4.00
    1. Patch Releases: APTARE IT Analytics
      1.  
        10.4.00P9 Patch Release Notes
      2.  
        10.4.00P8 Patch Release Notes
      3.  
        10.4.00P7 Patch Release Notes
      4.  
        10.4.00P6 Patch Release Notes
      5.  
        10.4.00P5 Patch Release Notes
      6.  
        10.4.00P4 Patch Release Notes
      7.  
        10.4.00P3 Patch Release Notes
      8.  
        10.4.00P2 Patch Release Notes
      9.  
        10.4.00P1 Patch Release Notes
  3. What's New: Version 10.4 Highlights
    1.  
      Security, Authentication, and Privilege Management
    2.  
      Public Sector Compliance
    3.  
      Alerting
    4.  
      New Alert Rules
    5.  
      New and Updated Reports
    6.  
      New System and Version Support
    7. Usability Focus: Simplification
      1.  
        REST API to Add/Edit/Remove Users in the Portal (SC-16663)
  4. Supported Systems
    1.  
      Portal Supported Operating Systems
    2.  
      Data Collector Supported Operating Systems
    3. Supported Browsers and Display Resolution
      1.  
        Linux Portal Server: Exported and Emailed Reports
  5. Installation and Upgrades
    1. Portal Installation Prerequisites
      1.  
        Microsoft Windows Prerequisites
      2.  
        Linux Prerequisites: Portal Installation Default Directory
    2. Upgrading to Release Version 10.4.00
      1.  
        Before You Upgrade
      2.  
        Activate New Features and Reports
    3.  
      Performance Profiles and Transmitted Data
  6. Enhancements and Resolved Issues by Category
    1.  
      Overview
    2.  
      Backup Manager Enhancements and Resolved Issues
    3.  
      Capacity Manager Enhancements and Resolved Issues
    4.  
      Data Collection Enhancements and Resolved Issues
    5.  
      Portal Enhancements and Resolved Issues
  7. Known Issues, Optimizations, and End of Life (EOL)
    1.  
      Known Issues
    2.  
      Optimization: Customize the Linux File Handle Setting for Large Collections
    3.  
      End-of-Life (EOL)

Linux Prerequisites: Portal Installation Default Directory

  • For Linux Portals, certain environments place security restrictions on directories. The Portal installer, which uses InstallAnywhere, extracts files into the /tmp directory. While the files can be written to the directory successfully, the execution of the installer may fail because the /tmp directory does not have execute privileges. (SC-2655)

  • An environment variable (IATEMPDIR) may need to be set to a different location so that the installer does not use the /tmp directory. This environment variable typically is set for one of two reasons:

    • Insufficient space in the /tmp directory to extract the installer.

    • /tmp is mounted as a file system without execute privileges.