IBM FileNet Image Services 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016 Fix Pack Readme
© Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013.

Readme file for: IBM® FileNet® Image Services
Update name: 4.1.2.16
Fix ID: 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016
Publication date: 11 January 2013
Last modified date: 5 April 2013

About this fix pack
Download location
New in this fix pack
Compatibility
Installation, migration, upgrade, and configuration
Requirements
Installing this fix pack
Shared memory configuration
Uninstalling this fix pack
Fix list (APARs)
Accessing IBM FileNet documentation
Contact customer support
Notices
Trademarks
Document change history

About this fix pack

This document provides information about the IBM FileNet Image Services (IS) 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016 fix pack. The Image Services 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016 fix pack updates an existing Image Services 4.1.2 system. Image Services fix packs are cumulative and include content from all previously released fix packs since the base release. Image Services fix packs are released periodically, and include the binary executable installation program, the manifest file, and the readme.

Important As of April 2012, IBM AIX 5L Version 5.3 entered end of service (EOS). Going forward, Image Services fix packs will no longer be tested with AIX 5.3. However, the Image Services support team continues to accept problem reports for AIX 5.3 based configurations. If a problem is suspected to be AIX dependent, you might be required to recreate the problem on a supported version of AIX.

To determine the current fix pack version installed on your server, enter the following command:

fn_util whichfn

Download location

Click the following link to access the files for this fix pack update: Fix Central for Fix Pack 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016.

Or from the main Fix Central website, make the following menu selections:

Fix Central menu selections
From this menu... Make this selection...
Product Group: Enterprise Content Management
Enterprise Content Management: FileNet Product Family
FileNet Product Family: FileNet Image Services
Installed Version: 4.1.2

You need an IBM login and password to access this download location.

New in this fix pack


For details about the resolved defects in this fix pack, see the section Fix list (APARs).

For more information about Image Services new features and known issues, see the IBM FileNet Image Services Release Notes.

Compatibility

For more Image Services 4.1.2 compatibility information, see the IBM FileNet Image Services, Image Services Resource Adapter, and Print Hardware and Software Requirements document.

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.15-IS-FP015

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.14-IS-FP014

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.13-IS-FP013

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.12-IS-FP012

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.11-IS-FP011

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.10-IS-FP010

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.9-IS-FP009

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.8-IS-FP008

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.7-IS-FP007

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.6-IS-FP006

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.5-IS-FP005

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.4-IS-FP004

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.3-IS-FP003

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.2-IS-FP002

For more information about Image Services support for SNMP v3 on AIX 5.2 and later, see the IBM FileNet Image Services Release Notes.

Introduced in Image Services 4.1.2.1-IS-FP001

For Image Services 4.1.2 compatibility information, see the IBM FileNet Image Services, Image Services Resource Adapter, and Print Hardware and Software Requirements document.

Installation, migration, upgrade, and configuration

This section contains the following topics:

Support documentation
Requirements
Software requirements
Disk space requirements
Backups
Installation log files
Graphical installation and silent installation modes
DISPLAY environment variable on UNIX servers
Windows cluster server guidelines
Special procedure for IBM Tivoli Monitoring
Installing this fix pack
Restarting Image Services
MSAR surface check

Tip Installation of this fix pack is not affected by any virus protection software that might be running in the background.

Support documentation

Before installing this fix pack, verify that you have a copy of the latest IBM FileNet Image Services documentation. The Image Services documentation packages contain additional information that you might need to perform the procedures mentioned in this readme, such as stopping services and applications.

Requirements

This fix pack has the following minimum requirements:

Software requirements

Disk space requirements

Backups

The Image Services fix pack installation program automatically copies the existing modules affected by this fix pack to a backup directory before overwriting them with the updated modules. You can find out which modules were backed up and their new location in the configFiles.log file at:

/fnsw/local/logs/hfp/412-HFP16/misc/configFiles.log

Following is an example of what you might see in the configFiles.log:

The following configuration modules have been
replaced by the fix pack installation.
The original files were backed up to:

/fnsw/hfp/backup/fnsw/lib/perf/reports

Restriction If the fix pack updates any configuration files, they will have only the default settings. Therefore, a system administrator must transfer customized settings from the backed up configuration files to the newly installed files at the end of the installation procedure. For instructions, see the last couple of tasks in the installation procedure.

Installation log files

Several log files are created during the fix pack installation. You can check these log files to determine the status of a fix pack installation. If the installation failed, these log files can help you determine the cause of the problem.

UNIX

Use the "more" or "less" commands to view the log files on UNIX servers, which are stored in the following directories:

Windows

Use WordPad in landscape mode to view the log files on Windows servers, which are stored in the following directories:

Fix pack installation logs

The .../4.1.2/HFP16/ directory contains the is_412-HFP16.log file. This log file lists all the Image Services modules that were replaced. Each time you run the installation program, new information is appended to the end of the file.

This log file also records all the processing steps taken during the fix pack installation, and indicates if they were successful or unsuccessful. The last indicates the status of the installation:

SUCCESS - All files were copied successfully, and no errors were detected
WARNING - All files were copied successfully, but some errors were detected
ERROR - One or more files were not copied, and some errors were detected

You can determine the number of files that were copied by the following line located near the end of the log file. The actual number of files copied varies from one fix pack to another. However, the total number of files copied must equal the total number of files provided with this fix pack. If the number of files do not match, verify that all Image Services-related applications are stopped, and run the fix pack again.

Example: 300 files of 300 have been copied to the target (your installation might have a different number of files)

Tip Due to an InstallShield known issue about clearing out temporary directories, you might have to manually clear the temporary directory of extraneous files, especially after a failed installation.

InstallShield Multi-Platform (ISMP) logs

The .../ base_release /HFP # /ismp/ directory contains log files generated by the InstallShield Multi-Platform (ISMP) program if the fix pack installation was not successful.

These files contain error messages and warnings that can help you troubleshoot an unsuccessful installation. However, when you run the installation program again, these files will be overwritten if any further messages are generated. If you want to save the current files, rename them before you rerun the installation program.

Harmless messages: If the logs contain any warnings about Swing or AWT initialization, you can ignore them. You can also ignore these messages:

Miscellaneous logs

The .../ base_release /HFP # /misc/ directory has several logs that can be used for troubleshooting and debugging:

This directory also contains a record of the file "stamp" information before and after the installation.

Graphical installation and silent installation modes

Silent installation does not display any messages to the user whereas graphical installation does. To determine if silent installation is running, refer to the primary error log found in the /fnsw/local/logs/hfp/ base_release /HFP # / directory (the \fnsw_loc\logs\hfp\ base_release \HFP # \ directory on Windows servers). On UNIX servers, the command tail -f is_ base_release -HFP # .log dynamically displays the installation log as it is created.

Before using silent installation mode, verify that the default temporary directory contains the amount of free space described in the previous section. The amount of free disk space must be verified either manually or through an automated script. Lack of sufficient disk space will prevent the installation program from starting successfully. Note that if no prior fix packs have been installed on the current Image Services release, the main fix pack log will not exist. The absence of this log file also indicates a failed installation.

DISPLAY environment variable on UNIX servers

The DISPLAY environment variable controls whether or not the "Welcome" screen displays on UNIX systems in graphical mode. If you use the 'su' command to log on as root, the DISPLAY environment variable might not be correct. Check the DISPLAY environment variable by entering:

echo $DISPLAY

The environment variable should be set to 0:0 to display on a local monitor. If you are installing the fix pack remotely to another server, the variable on that server must be set to direct the display to the server you are working on.

Windows cluster server guidelines

To install this fix pack on Windows servers in a cluster environment, you must perform the installation task with other required tasks as outlined below:

  1. Stop node 2.
  2. On node 1:
    1. Stop the Image Services ControlService service.
    2. Install the fix pack on node 1.
    3. Restart node 1.
    4. Start the Image Services ControlService service, and verify that it started successfully on node 1.
  3. On node 2:
    1. Start node 2.
    2. Move Image Services resources to node 2.
    3. Stop the IS ControlService service.
    4. Install the fix pack on node 2.
    5. Restart node 2.
    6. Move Image Services resources to node 2.
    7. Bring the Image Services ControlService online, and verify that it started successfully on Node 2.
  4. Move Image Services resources to node 1.

Special procedure for systems that use IBM Tivoli® Monitoring

Some Image Services systems include Tivoli Monitoring. Tivoli Monitoring is a software tool that collects availability and performance data of enterprise systems from one or more central workstations.
It is necessary to stop Tivoli Monitoring in order to install Image Services or the Image Services Toolkit. Image Services and Image Services Toolkit installation software uses commands that stop Tivoli Monitoring. In some cases, Tivoli Monitoring might not stop and an error message is displayed. If Tivoli Monitoring does not stop, you need to manually stop it before the Image Services or the Image Services Toolkit installation can be completed.

To manually stop the Tivoli Monitoring User Interface:

  1. From the Action tab, click the pull-down menu and click Stop.
  2. Complete the Image Services and Image Services Toolkit installation.
  3. From the Action tab, click the pull-down menu and click Start.

Installing this fix pack

Important Windows installations: There is a known compatibility issue where an Image Services fix pack that has been zipped using WinZip version 9.0 cannot be unzipped using WinZip version 8.0. We recommend that users upgrade to WinZip version 9.0 or higher to avoid this problem.

In dual-server and multi-server configurations, install the fix pack on the root server first, and then on the other servers.

  1. Download and extract the 4.1.2.16-IS-FP016 fix pack for your operating system.
  2. Log on to the Image Services server as a user that has the appropriate permissions to start and stop Image Services.

    UNIX
    Log on as a user with root privileges.

    Windows
    Log on with Administrator privileges.

  3. Stop all instances of Image Services.

    UNIX
    On all UNIX servers:

    1. Stop Image Services:

      initfnsw -y stop
      killfnsw -DAy

    2. Determine if any fnsw processes are running:

      ps -elf | grep fnsw

    3. Stop any fnsw processes that are still running:

      kill -9 processID

    4. Determine if any view log (vl) processes are running:

      ps -elf | grep vl

    5. Stop any vl processes that are still running:

      kill -9 processID

    6. (HP-UX and Solaris only) Determine if any MasterSnmpd process are running:

      ps -elf | grep MasterSnmpd

    7. Stop any MasterSnmpd processes that are still running:

      kill -9 processID

    8. If ISTK is installed on this server, stop all ISTK applications that interface with Image Services, and then enter the following command to clear out the ISTK shared memory:

      wal_purge

      Restriction Do not run any other Image Services commands prior to installing the fix pack.

    Windows
    On all Windows servers:

    1. Stop Image Services:

      initfnsw -y stop
      killfnsw -Dy

      Important

      • The killfnsw command also stops the Image Services Control Service.
      • Do not run any other Image Services commands before you install the fix pack.
    2. Stop the SNMP process:

      net stop "SNMP"

    Tip Windows automatically clears the ISTK shared memory.

  4. Start the fix pack installation program.

    Important

    UNIX

    1. Verify the DISPLAY environment variable is set correctly. For more information, see "DISPLAY environment variable on UNIX servers" earlier in this readme.
    2. Verify the file is executable. If it is not, add execute permission with the following command:

      chmod +x filename .bin

    3. Change to the directory where you installed the fix pack file, and enter the file name:

      Graphical mode

      ./is_4.1.2-FP16_ operating system .bin

      Silent mode

      ./is_4.1.2-FP16_ operating system .bin -silent

    Windows

    Graphical mode

    Silent mode

  5. (Graphical mode users only) Follow the instructions in the InstallShield wizard.
  6. If prompted, restart the server. Otherwise, when the fix pack installation is finished, you do not need to restart the server.
  7. (HP-UX and Solaris only) If you were not prompted to restart the server, restart the MasterSnmpd daemon.

    MasterSnmpd_start &
  8. Check the log files to ensure the installation was successful. Checking the log files is especially important if the installation ran in silent mode. For more information, see "Fix pack installation logs" earlier in this readme.
  9. (AIX and Solaris only with optical storage libraries attached) Determine if a new fnsod (FileNet SCSI Optical Device) driver or or cfgfnsod module is included with this fix pack. For more information, see "Files changed in this fix pack" later in this readme. If a new driver is included with this readme, you must install it manually by entering the following command. The update will go into effect the next time the server is restarted.

    fnsod.install /fnsw/bin/fnsod
  10. Determine if the serverConfig file was updated by this fix pack.

    UNIX

    cd /fnsw/etc
    stamp serverConfig

    Windows

    Use Windows Explorer to check the date stamp on the serverConfig file.

  11. If a new version of the serverConfig file was installed with this fix pack, update the file as follows:
    1. Using a text editor, open both the serverConfig file and the serverConfig.custom file in separate windows.
    2. Transfer the customized values from the serverConfig.custom file to the new serverConfig file.
    3. Make a backup copy of the serverConfig.custom file.
    4. Save the newly updated serverConfig file as serverConfig.custom.
  12. Compare the fix pack content on your server with the latest modules available.
    1. Navigate to the untarred/unzipped fix pack files and locate the scrs.platform .412.db file. Place it into the /fnsw/local/tmp directory.
    2. Change directory to the /fnsw/local/tmp directory, and enter the following command to compare the files on the system with the latest modules:

      getstamps.sh -all

    3. If a module is marked with PASS on the report, it is the current released version. If a module is marked with FAIL, contact customer support. For more information, see "Contact customer support" later in this readme.

Upgrade to SQL Server 2005 (Optional)

If you plan on upgrading to SQL Server 2005 during this fix pack installation, complete the upgrade, and then run the following command at a DOS command prompt:

fn_setup_rdb -u

After running the fn_setup command, close the command window and open a new command window to ensure that SQL Server 2005 is using the correct path.

Restarting Image Services

After the fix pack is successfully installed on all Image Services servers in the Image Services domain, you can resume normal processing.

Tip If the Oracle, Microsoft® SQL Server, or DB2® database is site-controlled, restart the database software before starting Image Services.

  1. Restart Image Services by using the Task Manager (Xtaskman) or by entering the initfnsw -y start command.
  2. Use the Protocol Process Manager Operator Interface (PPMOI) tool to ensure that the serverConfig stub settings are correct.
    1. At a command prompt, enter:

      PPMOI
    2. Display the current settings by entering:

      PPMOI show
    3. Verify that the settings displayed by PPMOI are correct.
  3. When Image Services returns to normal operations, you can delete or back up the fix pack installation program.

MSAR surface check

If Image Services has MSAR surfaces that were converted from a 14x magneto-optical 9.1 GB drives, use the following procedure to ensure the integrity of your MSAR data. In rare instances, the 9.1 GB drive returns incorrect data from large block read commands. The st_msar_convert tool requests large blocks of data, and so st_msar_convert might have written incomplete data onto the MSAR surface during the conversion. After you install the latest firmware on the optical drive, use the Image Services MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool to scan and fix your MSAR surfaces.

If Image Services does not have MSAR surfaces that were converted from a 14x magneto-optical 9.1 GB drives, you can skip this section.

The MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool

The MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool provides all the information necessary to find and fix any MSAR problems caused by the 14x firmware. The MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool searches the entire server for MSAR surfaces that were converted from 9.1 GB optical drives, and if the original optical disk is inserted in the storage library, it will verify whether the converted MSAR surface is correct or not. If you specify the fix flag (-f), the tool can fix an incomplete MSAR surface by copying the correct data from the original optical media. The command syntax is as follows:

MSAR_surf_fixup_14x [-f] [-s surface_id ]

-f   causes the fix to run if the original optical surfaces are available.

-s surface_id   causes the fix to run if the Original optical surfaces are available.

Restrictions

HP drives: Obtain the HP 14x Magneto-Optical v1.19 or higher firmware

Contact the hardware vendor to obtain the HP 14x Magneto-Optical drive firmware version 1.19 or higher. Install the new firmware according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Sony drives: Obtain the Sony® 14x Magneto-Optical v1.13 or higher firmware

Contact the hardware vendor to obtain the Sony 14x Magneto-Optical drive firmware version 1.13 or higher. Install the new firmware according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Compare the optical and MSAR surfaces

After the firmware on the optical drives is updated, locate all the original 9.1 GB optical disks that were converted to MSAR.

  1. Insert the 9.1 GB optical disks into the storage library.
  2. Insert the corresponding MSAR surfaces using Storage Library Control. (See Chapter 3 of the MSAR Procedures and Guidelines, if necessary. To find this document on the IBM support page, see Accessing IBM FileNet documentation, compatibility matrices, and fix packs.)
  3. As the FileNet software user, such as fnsw, run the MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool.

    MSAR_surf_fixup_14x -f

    Important If you have many 9.1 GB optical disks, you can compare them in groups. All the MSAR converted surfaces and optical surfaces do not have to be present at once. For example, you can insert a group of optical disks and the corresponding MSAR converted surfaces, and run the tool with no parameters to produce a list of the MSAR surfaces that need to be fixed. Rerun the tool as often as necessary on different groups of media to determine if any other MSAR surfaces need to be fixed.

    As the tool scans the MSAR surfaces, it adds a new field to the MSAR header. The tool marks surfaces that were not converted from 9.1 GB optical media as "Not Scanned." If an MSAR converted surface has been fixed (with the -f option) or if no problem exists, the tool marks the surface "N" (no problem exists). But if an MSAR converted surface does not match the optical surface, and you did not use the -f option, the tool marks the MSAR surface "Y" (yes, a problem exists).
  4. The MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool creates a log file named sc_YYYYMMDD_HHMMSS.log in the following location:

    UNIX /fnsw/local/logs/msar_check/

    Windows \fnsw_loc\logs\msar_check\

    A typical log file might look like this: MSAR_SURF_FIXUP_14X Report for 9.1G converted surfaces

      MSAR_SURF_FIXUP_14X Report for 9.1G converted surfaces
      Host Server Name: cassini
      Creation Date & Time: 01/05/2013 15:43:06
      
      MSAR                   MSAR    MSAR    Optical   Optical Orig    Orig
      Surface    Problem     Surface Surface Surface   Surface Optical Optical
      ID         Exists      Avail   Type    ID        Avail   SSN     surface id
      ========== =========== ======= ======= ========= ======= ======= ==========
      
      3002          Y           Y    Conv    3001         Y    20119   20827
      Document id: 100040, ssn 20119 loc_id 1528574237 surf_ids 1002 and 0.
      Bad sector range 1087730 to 1093255.  Bad sector count: 5526. Fixed: No
      3004       Not scanned    N    Non 9.1 XXXX         X    XXXX    XXXX
      3006       Not scanned    Y    Non 9.1 XXXX         X    XXXX    XXXX
      3008          N           Y    Conv    3001         Y    20119   20827
      
      1 bad converted surfaces found out of 2 9.1G converted surfaces.
      2 non-9.1G converted surfaces found.
      
      End of Job Date & Time: 01/05/2013 15:45:41
      Report name: C:\FNSW_LOC\logs\msar_check\sc_20130105_154121.log
  5. If you have not updated the HP 14x firmware, the following message displays:

    Optical disk drive for surface 3001 does not have current revision
    firmware. Currently installed FW Rev: 1.18. Required FW Rev: 1.19.
    Disable this drive, ensure that only updated drives are enabled,
    and re-run tool.
  6. If you have not updated the Sony 14x firmware, the following message displays:

    Optical disk drive for surface 3001 does not have current revision
    firmware. Currently installed FW Rev: 1.12. Required FW Rev: 1.13.
    Disable this drive, ensure that only updated drives are enabled,
    and re-run tool.You must exit the tool and either update the firmware or disable the optical drive before you can continue.
  7. Repeat the MSAR_surf_fixup_14x tool as often as necessary on each storage library server until all MSAR converted surfaces have been scanned and fixed.

Shared memory configuration

Windows only The allocation of shared memory used by Image Services can conflict with other software that is integrated into Image Services (such as Windows .dll files). Image Services is designed to automatically reorganize its memory usage to handle these conflicts, but in order to accomplish this adjustment, you might need to restart Image Services more than once. Conversely, after you install or upgrade another product that is installed on the same server as Image Services, the address spaces allocated by those other products might conflict with the address space that is allocated to the SysV shared memory for Image Services processes.

For more information on shared memory configuration, see technote 1506926: Image Services Shared Memory Configuration on the IBM support site.

Uninstalling this fix pack

Only the most recently installed fix pack can be uninstalled. If you need to return an even earlier version, you must restore Image Services from your backups.

Important The files in the /fnsw/hfp/backup directory are the modules that will be restored. If these files have been modified or deleted, the uninstall operation will not be successful.

UNIX

Important Use only this command to uninstall the fix pack. Using the operating system tools can delete vital data that is needed for future fix pack installations.

  1. Log on to the UNIX system as a user with root privileges.
  2. Stop Image Services.
  3. Start the uninstallation program:

    /fnsw/hfp/_uninst/uninstall_hfp.bin

Windows

  1. Log on to the Windows system as a user with Administrator privileges.
  2. Stop Image Services.
  3. Open the Control Panel window.
  4. Select Add/Remove Programs.
  5. Select the Image Services fix pack entry, and click Add/Remove...

Fix list (APARs)

The following tables list the product fixes in this fix pack.


4.1.2.16-IS-FP016
APAR Name
Type
Description
PJ30648
Fix
A zero sized PED file is created after 216,0,1029 PEDs_gen_keypair - pedl_write_new_kpkf short write error.
PJ40004
Fix
For Windows servers, enhanced killfnsw to add more time before terminating Integral SDS processes after stopping the Image Services software.
PJ40467
Fix
Integral Single Document Storage (SDS) background jobs do not create the writelist correctly if the Image Services software is recycled.
PJ40504
Fix
Migrating Near Line Storage (NLS) documents causes 77,1,35 errors because the age duration specified is unknown to the Cache Manager (CSM).
PJ40506
Fix
The performance reports do not display the correct CPU statistics on an AIX Logically Partitioned (LPAR) server.
PJ40509
Fix
Migrating Near Line Storage (NLS) documents causes 80,1,59 errors because SDS reader creates a checksum in page0, but not in the csm_used_space table.
PJ40584
Fix
The Uninstallation wizard for a fix pack does not restore the sysv.dll file on Windows servers if sysv.dll is loaded after this initial check.
PJ40621
Fix
Terminating the INX_export process can cause Content Federation Services for Image Services (CFS-IS) to stop responding.
PJ40755
Fix
SDS_find_object should not be retried if the background (BKG) job has been aborted and PG_cancelled is set to TRUE.
PJ40765
Fix
Add a retry option to prevent the cold_3770 from terminating when a network error occurs.
PJ40773
Fix
SEC_daemon terminates when there are more than two IP addresses configured in fn_edit for the Root/Index server.
PJ40775
Fix
After applying Image Services 4.1.2 FP15, document retrieval is very slow when using docfetch with the -f or -s option.
PJ40780
Fix
A document retrieval error occurs on an NLS document when the MKF docs fields are set to surface_id=1002 and status_1=NULL.
PJ40785
Fix
CFS-IS: When a user index is updated, the new index value is not federated to Content Engine.
NA
Fix
A Generic Database (GDB) error that is handled by Process Engine is being logged in the elog as SERIOUS.
NA
Fix
The fn_setup_rdb tool does not work after Image Services 4.1.2 FP15 is installed.
NA
Fix
The CSM_daemon does not keep up with deleting ageable items from page cache. The cache becomes 100% full and creates <77,0,8> errors.
NA
Fix
The DOC_tool utility cannot display a document that is stored on an SDS foreign device.
NA
Fix
When Image Services is started, the SEC_daemon process terminates if the repository string is too long.
NA
Fix
The sds_import tool does not check the original SDS device name and System Serial Number (SSN) when importing documents.
NA
Enh
ER: Support for EMC Centera SDK 3.3 for Windows 2008 R2.
NA
Enh
ER: Support IBM DB2 10.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows (LUW).
NA
Enh
ER: Add a warning to not use Database Maintenance to Define or Update Document Classes or to Define User Indexes during production hours.
NA
Enh
ER: Add a new clip_ids option to the DOC_tool command. The new option allows a document ID list consisting of document IDs and Centera Clip IDs to be used with the sds_import utility to import documents into the Image Services databases.

4.1.2.15-IS-FP015
APAR Name
Type
Description
PJ40004
Fix
Create a trigger file on UNIX servers to add more time before killfnsw terminates processes during a shutdown.
PJ40187
Fix
Error tuple 121,12,65534, invalid cursor, is returned when the database is being shutdown. Need new tuple.
PJ40227
Fix
NCHRetrieveItem() calls that are generated by IMS_reserve_svc_handle() from IDM desktop generate too many RPCs to the server.
PJ40232
Fix
The fn_snmpd tool fails and causes Image Services to stop responding.
PJ40243
Fix
The SDS_worker process aborts, reporting a 202,0,1014 error. "FNL: release: caller error: release limit exceeded."
PJ40244
Fix
INXs processes hang while waiting on a lock for INXD as shown in ipc_tool.
PJ40260
Fix
DOC_tool: Inserting an MSAR surface without a fully qualified path name causes the dtp process to core.
PJ40265
Fix
The enlarge_ncol process aborts, reporting a 202,0,9 error.
PJ40273
Fix
Error tuple 121,1,12505 <fnsw> INXu - GDB_prepare failed=. Cannot determine the number of f_new_dir* and f_old_dir*.
PJ40281
Fix
While processing Records Manager records on a CFS-IS system, a fatal MKF Perm error occurs, which causes the Image Services server to stop responding.
PJ40295
Fix
Error tuple 92,2,11 <fnsw> DOCs - DOCl_CFS_get_annot_log_entries(line=624): INX_ce_get_object_store_id() failed during federation.
PJ40351
Fix
A trigger file must be created to allow the MS SQL isolation level to be changed from read uncommit to read commit.
NA
Fix
Windows: The ipc_tool -D command creates the memory dump file in ASCII mode but not in binary mode.
NA
Enh
Support for Refederation logging in content Federation Services for Image Service (CFS-IS)..
NA
Enh
Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
NA
Enh
Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.0 as a remote Oracle database server.
NA
Enh
Enhance the 911 tool to output an XML file with IBM product information.

4.1.2.14-IS-FP014
APAR Name
Type
Description
PJ34003
Fix
The MKF_tool avg option returns incorrect results when the number of results is excessive.
PJ39755
Fix
The dbverify command displays inconsistent results for missing documents.
PJ39791
Fix
SysV does not parse “ps -ef” properly due to an erroneous internal buffer size. This causes processes to core.
PJ39877
Fix
The ds_init process aborts with the error message: 76,0,261 – ds_init attempted to start too many background jobs.
PJ40035
Fix
Mismatching properties found between Image Servies documents and their federated documents on Content Engine.
NA
Fix
DOCs crash when federating annotations to Content Engine.
NA
Enh
The “change getstamps -compare” option to verify the Image Services binaries is now based on the cycle number, instead of the SCR number.

4.1.2.13-IS-FP013
APAR Name
Type
Description
PJ39447
Fix
SDS_CSAR_reader attempts to retrieve documents when FNP_CLIPID is set to Report Manager Record.
PJ39482
Fix
CSM should return a 92,2,11 error when it is encountered, rather than letting commit return a 77,0,7.
PJ39489
Fix
The error '121,0,75', that occurs during a GDBD_logoff is changed to INFORMATIONAL severity level.
PJ39510
Fix
The csml_update_durations process is slow when the same document id is requested within seconds of each other.
PJ39574
Fix
Windows: SDS_CSAR_reader unable to retrieve NLS documents because the doc id and SSN numbers are byte swapped.
PJ39644
Fix
Image Services processes core in lsi_find_by_surf_id on servers configured with MSAR libraries.
PJ39650
Fix
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) definitions are missing from the eladisp command.
PJ39694
Fix
Performing an EBR Restore process fails due to a missing BRORxxxxx.log output file.
PJ39713
Fix
Windows: Image Services logs a 202,0,7 error during shutdown (No Shared Memory Available).
PJ39714
Fix
Windows: MKF_setLongTransThreshold aborts.
PJ39720
Fix
The sds_update_retention process reports incorrect performance statistics.
PJ39728
Fix
Windows 2008 64-bit: fn_snmpd does not function properly due to a change in the registry.

4.1.2.12-IS-FP012
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ39073
894922
Fix
When SDS_read_after_write is set, the software retries, but does not perform a reconnect to Centera.
PJ39080
962359
Fix
Windows documents are not written correctly when using Adaptec 29320LPE and an UDO drive.
PJ39110
962416
Fix
CEMP: Annotations with security set to NONE cannot propagate to CFS. NONE cannot be resolved in the SEC_MAP.
PJ39132
960193
Fix
No error is returned from CSMl when no document id is passed. Remote Procedure call (RPC) is slow when no data is passed.
PJ39224
966335
Fix
Running EBR restore with the combination of thread count > 1 and database count >1 causes the EBR process to crash.

4.1.2.11-IS-FP011
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ38570
943862
Fix
The 911 tool fails to run on a Windows 2008 server that is running in 64-bit mode.
PJ38585
944474
Fix
The output from the stamp program displays incorrect information.
PJ38589
944608
Fix
The eladisp command does not display the client IP address correctly.
PJ38610
945081
Fix
MKF_tool cores when using the HARDCOPY option and the select statement is longer than 239 characters.
PJ38719
948319
Fix
The “sgs -o” command does not show link information for the optical drives or library.
PJ38751
949341
Fix
The doctaba_retent_update process reports an INX_update_DIR error=0x5a00002e.
PJ38758
949522
Fix
When the destination surface is full, a '77,0,10' error is reported during the doccopy process.
PJ38801
950806
Fix
Running sds_migr and sds only committal causes the system to lock up.
PJ38868
952864
Fix
MKF_ddl reports a 161,0,11017 error when adding a 17th permanent database dataset.
PJ38927
958271
Fix
Enables the deletion of virtual EBR documents for iSDS committed docs.
PJ38933
956641
Fix
SDS_worker process cores inside MKF_update when reporting a 161,0,1076 error.
PJ38941
956952
Fix
Running the CEINFO command in DOC_tool causes DOC_tool to crash and hangs the Image Services server.
PJ39024
960192
Fix
Windows shared memory addr_list file is incorrectly truncated.
PJ39059
864763
Fix
PEDl does not generate a new key pair after 30 days.


4.1.2.10-IS-FP010
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ38243
934251
Fix
Error 77,0,11 dtp_tran does not handle cache objects when attempting to update duration.
PJ38314
937203
Fix
Checksum errors are reported when retrieving a COLD document with multiple table of contents pages.
PJ38328
937640
Fix
The dbverify -o command reports Integral SDS Only documents as missing from the media.
PJ38329
937719
Fix
Image Services hangs on SEC interlock with “Not logged on to IMS server” error.
PJ38396
939057
Fix
Security Services SEC entry points miss checks for input string length, which can lead to stack corruption.
PJ38403
938301
Fix
If cache object is deleted or aged out during doccopy job, elog message 77,0,10 incorrectly states that the job will resume after a system restart.
PJ38421
939665
Fix
Image Services hangs when the current busy prefetch courier handles reach at 75 shown in PPMOI.
PJ38456
940626
Fix
SDS_worker and SDS_CSAR_reader processes do not use the EMC SDK environmental variables if they are set.
PJ38534
942848
Fix
Error 90,6,31 is reported in the Image Services elog when federating a large number of documents.
PJ38561
943681
Fix
Error 121,0,3 is reported on Image Services. PullWorker is causing duplicate completed log entries to be returned to Image Services.

4.1.2.9-IS-FP009
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ37643
894922
Fix
DOCs or SDS_worker process aborts due to CSM nil handle.
PJ37984
914783
Fix
HP Integrity hardware platform does not contain the SDS_CSAR_reader program.
PJ38006
916689
Fix
The COR_Listen is aborted while performing an shm_search.
PJ38042
920178
Fix
The Image Services Centera library libSDSw_centera truncates the repository string after 255 characters.
PJ38112
925153
Fix
Change COR to correctly report errno after an error is returned in the Ocor_snd call.
PJ38114
925203
Fix
After Image Services is started, the SDS_FS_reader process reads all sub-directories. Initial retrievals are very slow.
PJ38226
932940
Fix
Fastbatch break-up stores wrong checksum value for page-0 objects in cache
NA
916013
Fix
The 911 -m tool (move temp files to a specific directory) does not work on Solaris. Cannot execute “grep -q” command on Solaris OS.
NA
922838
Enh
Qualify Image Services 4.1.2.n with a remote DB2 9.8 pureScale environment.

4.1.2.8-IS-FP008
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ37757
890360
Fix
Improves SysV shared memory segment allocation on Windows.
PJ37655
894914
Fix
OSAR server returns numerous SAS [71,0,2] errors.
PJ37773
901888
Fix
The oddump tool does not output all of the document headers once the size of the file size is 2 GB. Not all of the Doc Headers are output.
PJ37785
903036
Fix
The docfetch -s ?doc_id command no longer waits for a response to RSVP message to insert a surface.
PJ37807
903210
Fix
SDS_worker process terminates when SnapLock device is set to read-only mode.
PJ37855
906748
Fix
The sds_convert_nls command reports 90,0,46 errors on documents if the document class indexes are modified after being archived by NLS.
PJ37862
907250
Fix
Using MKF_tool with a file does not return correct results for joined tables.
PJ37890
909794
Fix
The fn_build utility truncates the SDS repository string in the as_conf.g file to 129 characters.
PJ37951
907579
Fix
The sds_copy command reports a checksum error 77,1,58 when processing older NLS documents.
PJ37956
912722
Fix
Performance reports secdb_io, transdb_io and secdb_io show dashes instead of data.
PJ37971
913808
Fix
When an existing network connrection is broken due to a network error, SAS waits 30 seconds before starting a new connection.
PJ NA
912469
Fix
Windows Centera SDS_workers and SDS_CSAR_readers die with EMC Centera SDK 3.2 patch 5 libraries.
NA
862995
Enh
Qualifies support for Oracle 11g R2.
NA
899020
Enh
Enhances the 911 script to cleanup temporary files (*.wri).
NA
904966
Enh
Provides currency support for ECM 3.2 Patch 5.

4.1.2.7-IS-FP007
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ37307
861133
Fix
EBR offline backup does not remove Oracle Archive Logs after upgrading to IS 4.1.2.
PJ37329
861942
Fix
DOCs reports unknown type (57) followed by a corrupt shared memory.
PJ37337
862318
Fix
CFS-IS property updates are failing with 90,6,31 errors with Multiple Object Stores.
PJ37396
864262
Fix
Numerous 92,2,11 errors written to Image Services error log - INX_get_single_DIR - user is not logged on.
PJ37398
861448
Fix
For FN-controlled Oracle, fn_util updaterdb does not execute the necessary Oracle commands to extend SYSAUX after the changes are made in fn_edit.
PJ37435
864750
Fix
Shared memory pre-allocation does not work if IS Services is configured to start.
PJ37436
865233
Fix
Xupretent changes the F_ENTRYDATE of documents to a random date when no date is entered.
PJ37470
866204
Fix
IDMWS communicating with Solaris 10 IS 4.1.2 FP4 gets 155,210,219 with heavier load.
PJ37578
891818
Fix
In dbupgrade - fn_util mlb_mig_sec_cols does not populate the new f_accessrights_rw, _wr and _ax fields.
PJ37680
895623
Fix
Cormon displays invalid data when 3rd party port scan software monitors Image Services ports.
PJ37556
891163
Fix
Error 21,1,1455 occurs on dbupgrade -m -Q when the document id is greater than (>) 2,147,483,647.
NA
794474
Enh
GDB_exim: Adds support for SEQUENCES for DB2 and Oracle databases.
NA
895404
Enh
Includes Software Group (SWG) Inventory Tags.

4.1.2.6-IS-FP006
APAR Name
Defect #
Type
Description
PJ36605
835958
Fix
Extended Membership reports cannot be viewed.
PJ36750
820449
Fix
When setting the Date/Time field, Daylight Savings Time (DST) pre-2007 rules are not respected on Windows platforms after DST starts one hour earlier.
PJ36823
843681
Fix
The "Xdbconnect" utility does not function in a clustered environment.
PJ36876
845759
Fix
The csm_breakup_object process found a duplicate object in cache: data mismatch for page 0 when fast batch breakup is on running NLS Archive.
PJ36923
847314
Fix
ISDS reports an incorrect file system space available on the SSAR file system.
PJ36984
849436
Fix
CSM_tool: The "largest_fs_blks" in cache is always displayed as 4204079050.
PJ37043
851245
Fix
Optical Libraries are still reserved after a cluster failover.
PJ37044
851461
Fix
You cannot perform a TSM trace on the SDS_worker process.
PJ37052
850352
Fix
Errors 156,0,0 and 156,0,29 occur when running the ddtsimp tool on AIX 5.3 IS 4.1.2 Fix Pack IS-4.1.2-FP003.
PJ37127
854636
Fix
Image Services 4.1.1 requires page 0 to be migrated to cache.
PJ37141
852423
Fix
Inaccurate warning messages occur in the courier.
PJ37185
856665
Fix
An upgrade from Image Services 4.0 to Image Services 4.1.1 FP9 EBR offline backup of FileNet Controlled Oracle fails with a 222,0,13002 error.
PJ37242
858102
Fix
The ixdb_stat program fails to load on the HP Itanium platform – Unsatisfied code symbol SEC_init_V in load.
PJ37279
859709
Fix
Xdbconnect does not accept special characters for the password.
NA
794447
Fix
The sds_update_retention process can be run on a secondary storage server: the Object is updated, but the docs table is not.
NA
845720
Fix
An Enterprise Backup and Restore (EBR) backup generates a 222,0,1005 error.
NA
847057
Fix
A fastbatch breakup error can be transferred to the next fastbatch.
NA
847622
Fix
A fastbatch breakup can error with too many documents at half the batch maximum.
NA
847918
Fix
The sds_convert_nls process does not check if a document has already been written using sds_migr or sds_copy.
NA
848367
Fix
INX: Fails to compare 40 bytes of guid because of uninitialized data.
NA
848402
Fix
The 911 utility has been modified; the command looks for core files starting in the /fnsw directory.
NA
849591
Fix
Trigger files for dbupgrade are not being detected on Windows platforms.
NA
849599
Fix
The fn_util tool has been modified to support Enhanced Document Security.
NA
849603
Fix
Interrupting the migration process generates errors in the elogs.
NA
851740
Fix
The \fnsw\etc\broadcast.exe program does not have stamp information.
NA
852977
Fix
HPII and IM Utility programs are hanging on an IMS_get_version call on a Solaris 10 server.
NA
853250
Fix
Multiple Storage Server cache only systems status_1 was not being set to unmigrated when used with non-SDS family.
NA
853627
Fix
An Enterprise Backup and Restore (EBR) backup of a large (200 GB) site-owned Oracle database fails with a <222,0,13043> error.
NA
854106
Fix
You cannot perform a TSM trace on the SDS_worker process on Windows.
NA
855821
Fix
The docfetch -s command returns an invalid checksum error for FBC/FBB documents written to a second storage server.
NA
856944
Fix
Interrupting the migration process generates errors in the elogs. Continuation of DR 849603.
NA
857806
Fix
SDS_fbc_breakup: Deleting documents from Image Services before they write to ISDS device leaves documents locked in cache and errors on ISDS commit.
NA
857928
Fix
The PPMOI program terminates with a segmentation violation error.
NA
860550
Fix
DOC_find_documents_w_sds entry point returns incorrect values for the “sds_id” field.
NA
861093
Fix
ISDS Centera retry does not working properly when opening a repository. The retry passes a handle not set to '0'. Error 238,3,19 should not be returned.
NA
813379
Enh
The sds_migr utility does not update the SDSMigrDocs.nnn log correctly when Image Services is recycled.
NA
826528
Enh
Provides support for IIA (IBM Information Archive) through the existing TSM interface.
NA
844761
Enh
Updates docfetch with signal handling per coding standards.
NA
846271
Enh
Currency support for EMC 3.2 Patch 4.
NA
851499
Enh
Provides a tool called netcheck that uses getaddrinfo() to resolve host names and determines whether it is considered a local address.
NA
851969
Enh
Updates the DOC_tool with signal handling per coding standards.
NA
855329
Enh
Provides simplified Image Services HA clustering configuration by dropping the existing requirement to re-configure hosts files or a DNS server.

4.1.2.5-IS-FP005
APAR Name
Defect#
Type
Description
PJ36146
800645
Fix
ISDS needs additional retries when Repository operations (SDSw) fail. This will be based on error code return values from the SDSw layer.
PJ36515
830905
Fix
Core dump running docfetch -s -f filelist - when the filelist contains over 20,000 document ids.
PJ36566
835925
Fix
Image Services and Process Engine installing on AIX with a host name greater than 31 characters causes a mismatch of uname and gethostname ( ), causing initfnsw start to fail.
PJ36609
837206
Fix
The filenet.podf file is created as a folder instead of a file.
PJ36621
838340
Fix
DOCs and INXs abort/segmentation violation with 71 ,0,2 SAS_open:area_type mismatch errors.
PJ36632
838957
Fix
Only documents with doc_ID > 100096 are imported with sds_import from an SDSw_snaplock device.
PJ36714
838470
Fix
Fast Batch committal to ISDS errors on cache-only server without SDS_fbc_breakup trigger file and without the sds_only configured.
PJ36715
839692
Fix
The sds_update_retention of snaplock docs created in past with f_deletedate of today or past does not work.
PJ36398
814925
Fix
The 911 program should not perform a UNIX list command (ls) on the cdb files when they do not exist on an OSAR or application server.
PJ36781
842796
Fix
OSAR server receiving error nch_check -q 15 ,16 , 17 after restarting both the Root/Index and OSAR server.
PJ36886
846374
Fix
Unable to delete document from SnapLock device on a Windows server.
PJ36952
848178
Fix
PPM does not clean up properly on terminating server stubs.
NA
828819
Fix
Unable to start Image Services on the first installed node in a two node Process Engine Veritas Cluster.
NA
843085
Fix
Xapex Storage Library Control window creates segmentation violation when clicking on Info button for ISDS retry error 238 ,3,1.
NA
843115
Fix
ISDS Retry: Objects remain locked in cache after 16 retries. Multiple attempts to create more documents result in a CSM error.
NA
843128
Fix
After Image Services 4.1.2 FP2 or higher is applied to a Windows server with MSSQL remote database, the software will not start.
NA
843626
Fix
ISDS Retry: SFBB objects do not write successfully to ISDS device when ISDS device is in retry error state.
NA
844068
Fix
ISDS retry on Sun with fast batch continually issues Xslc RSVPs, but doesn't write docs after at least 30 RSVP responses.
NA
844948
Fix
ISDS retry code causes endless disabling of SDS unit on Windows FBC with SDS_read_after_write.
NA
845467
Fix
SDS_worker cores using ISDS retry when committing FBC on Windows only with retry environment variables set.
NA
845472
Fix
SDS_worker gets into endless ISDS retry Xslc RSVP loop on Windows only when FBC commit to HCAP and ISDS retry environment variables are set.
NA
845917
Fix
ISDS writing to HCAP with ISDS retry variables writes random oddball docs to device.
NA
847054
Fix
FNPoll won't run and gives errors on HP Integrity with 11iV3.
NA
848400
Fix
Thousands of 88 byte COR shared memory segments are created when IS is started.
NA
838159
Enh
Update MKF_tool with signal handling per coding standards.
NA
846446
Enh
QMA uses an increasing number of interlocks.
NA
846622
Enh
Need more information about interlocks from tools.
NA
846731
Enh
Modify 911 script to handle compressed core files and additional core file directory.
NA
847175
Enh
Allows Courier II worker thread stack size to be configurable (AIX only).

4.1.2.4-IS-FP004
APAR Name
Defect#
Type
Description
PJ35988
791993
Fix
Error 43 ,0,2005 locks up Storage Library Control.
PJ36145
799263
Fix
System hangs after running getreports.
PJ36159
798054
Fix
fn_db2 shared memory errors occur during shutdown after installing Image Services 4.0 SP5 FP13.
PJ36188
760759
Fix
SDS_worker logs checksum errors when retrieving COLD docs with TOC pages from Centera
PJ36191
797192
Fix
Performance issue after migrating IS 3.6 Oracle to Image Services 4.0 SP5 DB2.
PJ36236
816586
Fix
Error 156,0,25 - NCHl_RetrieveAddresses NCHl_RetrieveAddresses should never be called.
PJ36288
786981
Fix
Annotation Only export from IS RAC always performs full re-export, even when “re-export” is not selected by user.
PJ36384
822500
Fix
The ipc_tool -I command shows "no process name" for last claimer process.
PJ36416
825040
Fix
ERROR; stats field changed (0x44056 ! = 0x144056) (comparison errors) occur with perf_report -a and -rful with IS 4.1.2.
PJ36433
826011
Fix
The DOC_tool utility failed to get document information from an ECM Centera device using a large document id (2147483647).
PJ36435
826170
Fix
SDS_update_retention is taking too long to update docs in large pool of Centera device.
PJ36483
831070
Fix
SDS_migr: SDS_worker processes hang waiting on RSVP msg if MSAR surface has been deleted.
PJ36516
832823
Fix
SDS_worker cores when receiving an error message from the ECM SDK library over 1K.
PJ36571
790738
Fix
Process Engine and Image Services: Cannot finish the installation of Process Engine 4.5 on AIX 6.1: inst_templates fails with sed error.
NA
791582
Fix
PE/Image Services: cfg_verify checked the swap space incorrectly against HP-UX B.11.23 system.
NA
813221
Fix
Process Engine processes crash after stopping the Process Engine service on Process Task Manager due to killfnsw guard-file error.
NA
817713
Fix
Process Engine installation program does not start IMS ControlService and returns false positive of service initialization (Windows only).
NA
818940
Fix
Process Engine and Image Services: AIX server on a pure IPv6 network has syslog messages that are unclear and too frequent.
NA
825677
Fix
Shared memory errors when running killfnsw -SDAy after running initfnsw -y stop on Solaris 10 server.
NA
826191
Fix
Process Engine and Image Services: Process Engine 51.029 fresh installation on Windows 2008 64 bit: Running "initfnsw -y restart" after fresh installation failed.
NA
828819
Fix
Process Engine and Image Services: Unable to start Image Services on first installed node in a two node PE Veritas Cluster.
NA
834122
Fix
Multiple dtp_tran processes errors with DT_doc_loc_select with fast batch five batches of 100 small images, many indexes and 64K DIR buffer.
NA
785127
Enh
Provide Integral SDS Migration tool to synchronize DoctabA and DCL retention settings.
NA
788965
Enh
ISDS breakup before SDS write option.
NA
799273
Enh
Currency support for Tivoli 6.1.
NA
800980
Enh
Provide BPM with Image Services 4.1.2 FP3 mini-installer.
NA
825797
Enh
Image Services does not log the source IP address when the deprecated NCHl_RetrieveAddresses API is called.
NA
832470
Enh
Replaced the sys_log semaphore with a spinlock timeout that prevents any process from hanging while trying to write to the elog file.

4.1.2.3-IS-FP003
APAR Name
Defect#
Type
Description
PJ35029
783671
Fix
PE/IS: mini-installer fn_IS_has_rdb_password errors are hard to diagnose.
PJ35458
771018
Fix
The perf_report –a command generates a segmentation violation after installing SCR 325091.
PJ35578
786206
Fix
ISDS: fn-edit default retention date >= 2038-01-06 for enabled_with_default_offset cores on IS.
PJ35611
792816
Fix
SDS_worker process logs 80 ,0,8 , 80,0,57 and 192,2,108 errors when migrating documents to an SDS device.
PJ35656
792952
Fix
Incorrect data is placed in the export_log when updating a DIR record.
PJ35668
793837
Fix
Closing a telnet session while running CSM_tool generates a 202 ,0,1045 error and holds on to an interlock.
PJ35705
785301
Fix
SDS_FS_reader fails when SDS_tool recover rewrites to a new surface_id_1, causing the SDS_FS_reader to look in the wrong File System Directory path.
PJ35804
796341
Fix
Documents committed to ISDS or updated with an f_deletedate > 2038 are not updated in DOCS or on the ISDS device.
PJ35811
663796
Fix
Server Attributes tab in fn_edit: the platform dialog box should be widened to accommodate entire "Windows Server" text.
PJ35819
795625
Fix
SDS_worker reports an error - sds fbc : Bad read length when trying to read page info.
PJ36004
801249
Fix
After installing IS 4.1.1.5-FP005, you cannot run perf_report.
PJ36019
800866
Fix
The bkg_sds process is not updating objects on EBR supported ISDS devices that are EBR and then triggered with an f_deletedate value set to one or two days from the creation date or with a past value.
PJ36055
801456
Fix
Running the osschk tool returns an error - if: Badly formed number, while running the application.
PJ36071
801845
Fix
ISTK: The fn_rel tool does not run on HP-UX. No error message is returned for tuple <212,3,11>.
PJ36103
803481
Fix
ISDS read after write with regular committal is updating docs table with sds info when compare fails.
PJ36122
803398
Fix
When perf_report –a –csv is run, the total column for All RPCs in the Cumulative Service Activity Report contains garbage.
PJ36144
794352
Fix
<MKF_import init> throwing exception during the MKF_fixup phase.
PJ36150
785167
Fix
Plasmon UDO sense data in misinterpreted as a dirty drive.
PJ36158
801367
Fix
Multiple entries are returned in the elogs of 138,0,38 for some optical surfaces.
PJ36177
811236
Fix
IPv4 server is receiving an error return from TPI_SendPEPreq2 from an IPv6 client and returns an IPv6 address to an IPv4 server.
PJ36184
379308
Fix
Generic: MKF_fixup does not fix corrupted data in an index page block.
PJ36193
814002
Fix
In fn_edit, the Maximum document buffer count is 128 and maximum directory buffer count is 64.
PJ36198
813906
Fix
The sds_copy usage statement now informs users that it can use NLS/SDS unit as a source only if those documents have had sds_convert_nls run on them.
PJ36203
794095
Fix
On HP-UX systems, the Process Engine mini-installer overwrites the system default PATH variable. CE 4.5 client installation program requires gzip to be in the path and the system default path includes /usr/contrib./bin that contains gzip.
PJ36205
798472
Fix
The UNIX mini-installer log file will log “fn_pso_convert: not found” if /fnsw/bin is not specified in the PATH before installing Process Engine.
PJ36251
815226
Fix
Spelling error during fn_setup_rdb -f.
PJ36252
815951
Fix
COSM: Applications Executive: An incorrect format appears when selecting Cache Export/Import.
PJ36256
800168
Fix
P8 System Manager Listener fails on Image Services.
PJ36272
816290
Fix
Configuration Editor: A string is truncated in the MSAR Storage Library dialog.
NA
789676
Fix
With UNIX, the Process Engine installation program hangs when an IS mini-installer upgrade fails with an fn_IS_has_rdb_password error.
NA
803481
Fix
ISDS read after write with regular committal is updating docs table with SDS information when compare fails.
NA
761105
Enh
Network activity is now available in P8 System Manager through Microsoft Windows Performance Monitor (perfmon).
NA
772757
Enh
Modifies fn_setup_rdb to support SQL 2005 32-bit on Windows 2008 64-bit O/S.
NA
780789
Enh
Moves COLD message strings from the header file to the URL file.
NA
784188
Enh
Support Integral SDS – Centera on Itanium.
NA
784193
Enh
Implements a Read after Write feature for Integral SDS.
NA
784309
Enh
Adds support for SQL Server 2008.
NA
793656
Enh
PE/IS: Provides IPv6 support for a mini-installer.
NA
794160
Enh
Provides Image Service code changes to improve the consumability of the Process Engine product. Changes allow the IS mini-installer to reduce its payload, thus occupying less disk space, and also reduces installation time for BPM.
NA
797164
Enh
Creates a tool named sds_copy_to_surf to copy documents from an SDS device to an MSAR/OSAR surface.
NA
799272
Enh
Provides currency support for EMC 3.2 Patch 3.
NA
800980
Enh
Provides BPM with an IS 4.1.2 FP4 mini-installer.
NA
811306
Enh
PE/IS NCH optimization for local service.
NA
811495
Enh
Provides support for BPM consumability requirements with internal security changes.
NA
811560
Enh
Provides BPM consumability requirements support with changes to the background daemon startup.
NA
811818
Enh
Modifies the perf_mon to link SEC only when necessary (for Image Services).
NA
812379
Enh
Provides changes in the perflog format. When the Image Services software is started, perf_mon will automatically create a new perflog with the new internal format.

4.1.2.2-IS-FP002
APAR Name Defect# Type
Description
 
792449
Fix
CSM_tool: New option delage docid MB <count> or delage MB <count> accepts negative and/or garbage numbers.
 
787257
Fix
The wal_dbcheck_cemp test program is reporting [INFO] for each thread.
PJ34865
782613
Fix
VW stub processes failed to invoke sysv exception handler.
PJ34873
755331
Fix
Image Services does not stop sometimes for backup mode.
PJ35093
783546
Fix
ISDS: sds_update_retention does not handle docs closed in IDM Desktop with months >= 351.
PJ35115
782865
Fix
Process Engine 450 – Database does not throw error when the actual blob tablespace name does not match the one in the VWRDBObject table/CDB file.
PJ35178
782063
Fix
TRUNC: Xapex: There is truncated text within COLD app on Windows 2003 server.
PJ35196
785642
Fix
Selecting List button immediately after Define/Update Doc Class screen launched results in 90,0,2 errors.
PJ35328
785519
Fix
Problem using Centera Embedded BLOB option when migrating documents from MSAR to Centera
PJ35338
787375
Fix
The sds_convert_nls background tool excludes CLOSED (DOCTABA) documents when using a document range.
PJ35376
788960
Fix
Resizing a window with cormon running causes corruption of the displayed data. Cormon data display does not dynamically adjust to window size.
PJ35377
374824
Fix
DOC_tool – SDSinfo info message needs to be improved when SDS readers are not configured.
PJ35390
780027
Fix
GLOB: CHAR: Xapex/fn_edit/etc: There are some characters which can’t display well on JP Windows 2003 server.
PJ35456
790500
Fix
The docfetch tool gives errors when running on a non-storage server.
PJ35458
771018
Fix
The perf_report –a command generates a segmentation violation after installing SCR 325091.
PJ35459
786390
Fix
TRANS: Security Administration: Unlocalize in Add User Message DE & FR.
PJ35507
788509
Fix
SDS migration hangs on specific documents with <61,0,10>.
PJ35508
790456
Fix
ER: New options added to CSM_tool > delage command to resolve cache full (77,0,8) issue when processing Fast Batch objects.
PJ35518
788995
Fix
ISDS is not correctly protecting DR550 EBR documents.
PJ35520
790455
Fix
DOC stub crashes intermittently while locking SEC DB, system halts.
PJ35553
786397
Fix
TRANS: COLD: Preview Documents: Unlocalize in the message box DE & FR.
PJ35554
786395
Fix
TRANS: Storage Library: Statistics: Unlocalize in the Message Box.
PJ35556
791704
Fix
The sds_update_retention process on centera chrono doc creates a new clip with a shortened retention when f_deletedate has not changed.
PJ35578
786206
Fix
ISDS: fn_edit default retention date >= 2038-01-06 for enabled_with_default_offset cores on IS.
PJ35612
379614
Fix
Generic: Groups outside of the administration domain will be listed when logging in with administrator with ADMIN GROUP=none.
PJ35712
792955
Fix
PSI : PSI test for OC 4.0.2 patch3 on IS 4.1.2 is failing.
PJ35768
784276
Fix
Surface Activity tracking logs too many writes.
PJ35811
663796
Fix
Server Attributes tab in fn_edit: The platform dialog box should be widened to accommodate the entire “Windows Server” text.
PJ35812
381643
Fix
SEC: Limitation on logon time (Minute) is invalid for time ahead.
NA
757961
Enh
ER: The Archive options should be removed from the Background Job Control menu.
NA
758600
Enh
ER: After setting “Maximum Concurrent Logons Per User” to 1, there will be problems logging on after restarting the client computer.
NA
767062
Enh
ER: Integral SDS: Attempt to embed documents into Centera blobs when possible.
NA
782835
Enh
ER: New option –v for docfetch tool.
NA
784309
Enh
ER: Add support for SQL Server 2008.
NA
787925
Enh
ER: Mini-installer support for BPM with IS 4.1.2 FP1.
NA
790912
Enh
ER: New options added to CSM_tool > stat command to monitor number of free space by size.
NA
791057
Enh
ER: The Archive options should be removed from the Background Job Control menu online help and System Administration Handbook.
NA
791270
Enh
ER: 911 enhancements – Add the sgs-s and CSM_tool > stat free commands to the 911 output.
NA
792178
Enh
ER: Additional improvements on Courier II.
NA
793212
Enh
ER: Support for SNMP v3

4.1.2.1-IS-FP001
APAR Name Defect# Type
Description
PJ34437
771753
Fix
NCH_daemon reports a “Critical” error for a TPI_GetPEPReq.
PJ34581
775914
Fix
The stdoccpy tool causes <77,1,36> errors on some documents due to zero (0) page length.
PJ34836
783744
Fix
PE/IS: Upgrade to IS 4.1.1 fails with fn_is_has_rdb_password error when MSSQL client software is not installed.
PJ34888
784009
Fix
TRUNC: Xtaskman: There is an area truncated in the Status window.
PJ34889
780024
Fix
TRUNC: Xapex: There are some areas truncated on JP Windows 2003 server.
PJ34899
783523
Fix
Error 161,1,1004 - SAT_update failed.
PJ34902
782580
Fix
TRANS: Security Administration: Unlocalize and truncation in database logons.
PJ34920
784574
Fix
Unable to print SDS documents when all pages are not in cache – 58,0,1006.
PJ34976
785088
Fix
Cross System Committal pus errors in elog, will fail to migrate to an SDS device.
PJ35009
785383
Fix
A syslog can appear for a retryable MKF error. This shouldn’t occur.
PJ35029
783761
Fix
PE/IS: mini-installer fn_IS_has_rdb_password errors are hard to diagnose.
PJ35080
779785
Fix
92,2,8 error is generated when attempting to view security user details via Xapex Security Administration.
PJ35086
776680
Fix
The fn_snmpd tool returns wrong date errors and smux_init: systemError on AIX.
PJ35091
663322
Fix
Extensible Authentication – error message truncated when validation fails customer authentication.
PJ35093
783546
Fix
ISDS: sds_update_retention does not handle docs closed in IDM Desktop with months >= 351.
PJ35112
784884
Fix
QMA abstract logs excessive QMA_wait info syslog entries during initfnsw startup time.
PJ35115
782865
Fix
Process Engine 450 – Database does not throw error when the actual blob tablespace name does not match the one in the VWRDBObject table/CDB file.
PJ35149
770361
Fix
Running CPT_test with a –c parameter higher than 23813 causes CPT_test to hang.
PJ35169
786376
Fix
Windows XP client PCs cannot log onto Unix Image Services servers when IPv6 is enabled.
PJ35200
768283
Fix
The serverConfig file has an invalid “queue connection size” parameter.
PJ35267
788079
Fix
Client PCs hang while waiting for PED stubs from IS server.
PJ35333
784098
Fix
The fn_build –a command cannot update verify.txt file because it is being used by other process.
PJ35371
785729
Fix
The fn_edit configuration editor crashed from the OSAR server (new installation) and generated a Dr. Watson report when an invalid (non-existent) domain name was entered.
PJ35383
768994
Fix
Investigate and correct SEC_get_message holding of SEC interlock across ERM calls.
PJ35385
783103
Fix
Segmentation violation when sys_log *** with asterix ** can occur.
PJ35387
781000
Fix
The SysV.dll file cannot be overwritten on Windows. The module appears to be mapped/locked. Cannot perform Image Services upgrade to 4.1 SP1 FP4.
PJ35388
783739
Fix
The nch_tool listprop of Bes objects shows improperly structured address list.
NA
749868
Enh
ER: Image Services to support IPv6 network addresses.
NA
750268
Enh
The sgs tool needs the capability to list Integral SDS units configured.
NA
783178
Enh
PE/IS: During an upgrade of P8PE-4.3.0 to P8PE-4.5.0 with DB2 9.5 on HP-UX 11.23: The libdb2.sl link points to /fnsw/lib/shobj/db2lib/libdb2.so instead of libdb2.sl.
NA
783373
Enh
ER: Post-qual support of DB2 v9.5 client with Image Services 4.1.1.
NA
784346
Enh
ER: Provide installation support for Image Services 4.1.2 FP.
NA
785322
Enh
ER: fn_setup_rdb.cmd terminated abnormally with File not found - FN_SETUP_RDB.REG on 64-bit Windows.
NA
787925
Enh
ER: Mini-installer support for BPM with Image Services 4.1.2 FP1.

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Document change history


Date
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5 April 2013 Updated the section, Shared memory configuration.
11 January 2013 Initial release of this fix pack.