Wednesday May 25, 2011

DT (DirTracer) 7.1 has been unleashed!

DT 7.1 is finally here!

Photo © Lee TrujilloIt has been over a year since I released 7.0 and I am pleased to announce 7.1 is finally here. It was a long time coming, but I'm happy with the results.  DT 7.1 has fixes, re-branding and new enhancements including the new Pkgapp 3.5.1 which will help solve Directory Server issues.  There were quite a few items I was hoping to add but as development goes, it's easy to keep adding and adding features. I had to place a line in the sand and release it.

DT 7.1 for Solaris and Linux are now both available from Oracle Knowledge Document 1291443.1

Changes in DT 7.1

DirTracer:

  • Rebranded to Oracle from Sun Microsystems.
  • Included the new Pkgapp 3.5.1.
  • Fixed checkBitVersion to determine correct binary bitversion.
  • Fixed checkDSType for carpet issues.
  • Fixed locateLdapTools to locate tools properly.
  • Created locateCarpet to properly find the carpet command.
  • Gather release file from /etc for all Linux'.
  • Fixed how ns-slapd file is located for 64 bit versions (linux).
  • Created an appCheck function to locate system commands.
  • Fixed DT from trying to grab a gcore when gdb is not present. (linux)
  • Minor bug fixes.
  • Removed the included ldapsearch and ldapmodify commands and their respective libaries from the tar as they are no longer needed.

Configurator:

  • Rebranded to Oracle from Sun Microsystems.
  • Fixed checkBitVersion to match DT7.
  • Changed old LOG_IF_HIGH_CPU attrs to HIGH_CPU etc.
  • Changed how I deal with the Instance Selector. Cleaner interface.
  • Removed the need to select gathering logs when option 7 ot 8 are selected.
  • Fixed bug 6965060 for customers that have massively long instance path names. - 6965060 DirTracer: 7.0 Configurator cannot locate dse.ldif if the full inst path is > 80 chars: a ps limit.

 Compressor:

  • Compressor is a small script used to tar/gzip captured files after the fact if the SKIP_TAR_GZIP option was used. This is version 1.0 and is included in this bundle.  See README.FIRST for more information.

Enjoy all!

Lee

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