Archive for category KB

New fix for wrong performance data

Many thanks to Ben who posted a reply to my latest post on bad performance data collected pointing out a fix has been released on Feb 10th to address the wrong performance data points. I just added the fix to my requirements list, if you’re serious about performance monitoring with OpsMgr on Windows 2008 / […]


Your dependency rollups…

I wrote about his issue a while ago (Rollup monitors do not roll up) after applying Cumulative Update 2 mine started to rollup correctly, btw CU2 update progress is really smooth. Recommended. … 06-15 sadly today the rollups started to piss off again, so I just CU2 seems to alleviate the issue but it won’t […]

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New hotfix released to correct edb corruptions

A new hotfix has been released on 30th April to fix an issue with edb corruption (Management servers or assigned agents unexpectedly appear as unavailable in the Operations Manager console in Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008). It promises to fix those strange errors we sometimes get that force us to scratch the local […]

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Eventually we got cumulative 1 for R2

It will resolve the cluster issues I reported on and the annoying issue with health state mismatch, among the others. Strongly recommended, after proper testing. Cumulative Update 1 for System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Cumulative Update 1 contains a number of fixes for the Operations Manager 2007 R2 release. A number of fixes require […]

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A rollup you don’t want to miss

If you’re still running OpsMgr 2007 SP1 you definitely need to apply the rollup package has been released yesterday (finally): Update Rollup for Operations Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB971541). It should set an end to the patching blues I complained so many times about. Hopefully a similar rollup will be delivered for R2 sooner […]

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