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ASR Manager User's Guide Release 19.2.X, 19.1.X, 18.1.X, 5.8.X, and 5.7.X Supplement (Doc ID 2152198.1)

Last updated on MAY 07, 2019

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Auto Service Request (ASR) - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document is the ASR Manager supplement to the ASR Manager User's Guide Release 5.5.1.

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In this Document
Purpose
Details
 New features in ASR Manager 19.2.X:
 ASR Manager 19.2.0 Download:
 Java Support Update
 ASR Manager Event Suppression
 ASR Manager Direct Activation
 New features in ASR Manager 19.1.X:
 ASR Manager 19.1.0 Download:
 List Asset Update
 ASR Status Command Enhancement
 ASR Manager SNMP Port installed on Lunix platforms.
 Setting Java Memory Allocation
 New features in ASR Manager 5.7.x:
 Linux: Installation option to run as non-root user ('asrmgr')
 Linux: Configuration options for SNMP trap listener port
 Option A: Change the ASR Manager SNMP listener to a higher port number and redirect SNMP traffic with iptables
 Option B: Change the ASR Manager SNMP listener to a higher port number and set asset SNMP trap destinations to that port
 Solaris: Installation as non-root user ('asrmgr') is default. (No option.)
 Known Issues in ASR Manager 5.7.x
 Bug 24766419 - SFT SEND FILES FROM EXPLORER TO THE SFT TRANSFER DIRECTORY FAILS
 Bug 25519044 - ASR MANAGER CHECK_ASR_STATUS.SH SHOULD CHECK FOR NETSTAT AND PRINT WARNING
 Bugs fixed in ASR Manager 18.3.0
 Bugs fixed in ASR Manager 5.8.0
 Bugs fixed in ASR Manager 5.7.6
 Bugs fixed in ASR Manager 5.7.2
 Bugs fixed in ASR Manager 5.6.1
 Configuring and Activating Oracle ASR Assets - Enabling ILOM Telemetry
 Best practices for ASR Manager hosting
 Documentation Errata
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