We are pleased to announce the general availability of ExaChk
18.104.22.168.4. This release has enhanced support for X5-2 hardware and has scores of
new checks along with updates to many existing ones. The highlights for this
release are listed below. ExaChk
22.214.171.124.4: New Features
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is the Linux kernel crash-dump mechanism. In the event of a server crash, Kdump creates a memory image (vmcore) that can help in
determining the cause of the crash. Enabling Kdump requires you to
reserve a portion of system memory for exclusive use by Kdump. This
memory is unavailable for other uses. Oracle recommends that you enable
the Kdump feature in order to provide effective debugging of server crashes.
Recently, Oracle Linux 6.5 vServer template for Exalogic virtual platform was made available. This template requires Exalogic July 2014 PSU versions 126.96.36.199.2 or 188.8.131.52.2. The OS version in the template can be upgraded to the latest 6.x version available using yum update utility.
Details in MOS Doc 1937272.1 and MOS Doc 1952142.1
A leap second is a one-second adjustment that is occasionally applied to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) in order to keep it close to the mean solar time. A leap second will be inserted at the end of June 30, 2015 at 23:59:60 UTC.
Director 184.108.40.206 is now available for Exalogic and
SuperCluster. Oracle Engineered Systems customers can now uptake Traffic
Director 220.127.116.11 either as a new installation or simply installing on top of
an existing Traffic Director 11.1.1.x release.
addition to addressing several critical bug fixes, this service pack release
also delivers the following key features:
Support has been added to resize vCPU and Memory resources allocated to existing Exalogic Guest vServers. Previously, resizing vCPU/memory allocated to Guest vServers required each vServer to be templatized and recreated. The
new resizing functionality enables vCPU and
Memory resources allocated to existing vServers to be modified through
the EM Ops Center Browser UI.
Details in MOS Doc 1998888.1
Last week the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud product
management team hosted 19 companies who run on Exalogic in Santa Clara,
California to get a sneak preview of the upcoming release of the Exalogic
Elastic Cloud Software (EECS).
A total of 26 people from seven countries attended the Exalogic
Beta, and all were unanimously impressed by what they saw and
experienced. The PM team provided three days of hands-on-labs,
in which participants learned about the powerful new features being