(Included in CA UIM 9.0.2)
Updated this probe as part of addressing known vulnerabilities in CA UIM by using upgraded third-party Java libraries (bcprov-jdk15on 1.60 and not-yet-commons-ssl 0.3.17) in CA UIM 9.0.2.
You can configure a custom SSH port and select the version of the robot package to deploy:
In Infrastructure Management or Admin Console, navigate to the robot running the automated_deployment_engine and select the probe.
In Infrastructure Management, select the Configure or Raw Configure option to add a new section. In Admin Console, select the Raw Configure option to add a new section.
At the Root level, create a section with the name
Open the deployment section and create the following key/value pairs:
- <port number>
- <version number>
Close the configuration window.
Server Message Block protocol v1 (SMB1) is no longer supported. Support for SMB2 and SMB3 is now enabled.
Added a new raw configuration parameter
. This configuration parameter lets you decide the buffer size of the probe files during file transfer. Use Raw Configure to set the new configuration parameter. By default, the buffer size is set to 1 MB. For example, if the
(numeric value), the buffer size becomes
; that is,
KB. Therefore, for the parameter value as
, the buffer size is
Package rollback on failure for probe deployment is
by default. Added a configuration option to control deployment rollback behavior when an update fails. When you are updating a probe deployment, by default, existing packages are no longer uninstalled if the new deployment fails. This setting has no effect on robot deployments. Robot deployments are
rolled back. Use Raw Configure to set the new configuration parameter
Default, false. You can also directly edit the probe configuration file,
Below is an example of the file,
containing the new parameter:
loglevel = 5
options = -Xmx512M -Xms64M -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8
do_package_rollback_on_failure = true
(8.54 HF5) Robot deployment using the sudo password has now been fixed on the secondary hub. (Support Cases 01135459 and 01143504).