This IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware patch fixes LMI pages showing "Loading", but not showing contents. Also fixes a PVU calculation issue due to server models not in the PVUTable.xml.
IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware 22.214.171.124
Last modified: 06/19/2013
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- Applying the Update
- MD5 of included files
- TECHNICAL SUPPORT
- Reporting product issues
This patch contains enhancements for IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware V126.96.36.199
This patch fixes the following issues for IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware Systems:
Under some conditions LMI pages do not work and always show "Loading" but do not show any contents on the page.
PVU calculations were wrong because their server model was not in the PVUTable.xml.
This patch also incorporates these previously released fixes for IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware V188.8.131.52:
+ IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware can be affected by several vulnerabilities in OpenSSL. These vulnerabilities include obtaining sensitive information and denial of service that might be exploited remotely by an attacker.
+On the IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware System, SSH can be affected by these vulnerabilities because no authentication or specialized knowledge is required, and the vulnerabilities are remotely exploitable (CVE-2013-0169, CVE-2013-0166, and CVE-2011-4354).
+ The iptables on the security virtual machine (SVM) block traffic on eth1 interface, which is used by the anti-rootkit module to communicate with the ESX host to perform rootkit detection.
This update applies only to:
IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware V184.108.40.206.
APPLYING THE UPDATE
To apply the update:
Important: You must have root user permissions to perform the steps in this procedure.
These instructions assume that VSP V220.127.116.11 is running on the ESX/ESXi host.
1. Copy the patch file to the /var/support directory of the SVM
2. On the SVM, from the /var/support directory, run the patch installation script:
MD5 OF INCLUDED FILES
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- Version of IBM Security Virtual Server Protection for VMware
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