PCI Attached SD Cards Inserted During Active ICA Sessions Are Not Redirected

What difference does this make when inserting an SD Card during an existing Citrix session?

Citrix monitors the USB Bus all during the session. Changes, as determined by policy, are redirected to the existing session.

The PCI bus, (or PCIe Bus) is not monitored. Additions or removals to the PCI Bus are not redirected to an existing session.

SD Cards can be attached to the USB bus or the PCI bus. Newer hardware uses the faster PCI Bus for the built-in SD Card reader.

Related:

PCI attached SD Cards cannot be added during a session

What difference does this make when inserting an SD Card during an existing Citrix session?

Citrix monitors the USB bus all during the session. Changes, as determined by policy, are redirected to the existing session.

The PCI bus, (or PCIe bus) is not monitored. Additions or removals to the PCI bus are not redirected to an existing session.

Related:

We are migrating to Netcool/OMNIbus 8.1 from Netcool/OMNIbus 7.3.1 and find that when the MTTrapd probe is HUP’ed it exits

We are migrating to Netcool/OMNIbus 8.1 from Netcool/OMNIbus 7.3.1 and find that when the MTTrapd probe is HUP’ed it exits.

There are no log messages related to why it exited, and it only happens when the kill -HUP signal is sent and the probe receives events.

The platform is AIX and Netcool/OMNIbus is installed on the same server, so it should work like Netcool/OMNIbus 7.3.1 probe did.

What is causing this behaviour?

Related:

  • No Related Posts

How to reduce the OMNIbus ObjectServer HardLimit memstore when nco_store_resize cannot do it.

The OMNIbus ObjectServer memstore Hardlimit was set too high and is causing “Not enough space” errors on various operations.

The nco_store_resize tool cannot be use to reduce the HardLimit of the OMNIBus ObjectServer memstore as it is a limitation of nco_store_resize.

Is there a way to reduce the HardLimit without having to recreate a new ObjectServer which will lose all the customization and events in the ObjectServer?

Related:

  • No Related Posts

Does OMNIbus uses the pam_fprintd.so module?

When using pam_fprintd.so module it is causing high usage of File Descriptor.

OMNIbus is using

auth sufficient pam_fprintd.so

in the pam files for OMNIbus.

Can the use of the pam_fprintd.so be disabled and does it affect OMNIbus?

Related:

Configuring DataPower 7.5 for multiple requests in parallel

Hello,

I understand DataPower can handle multiple requests in parallel. Can you tell me how to configure this?
In our environment, DP calls integration bus (IIB) Service . IIB Service has 5 instances. I would like to configure the same parallel threads in DataPower if possible , so that I can remove any bottleneck from DataPower side.
I would also like to know on what parameters DataPower parallel processing will get impacted on.

Related:

I have a question about ‘ParentIdentifier’ column in ObjectServer alerts.status table

Environment :

OMNIbus 8.1

WebGUI 8.1

I received an error in Web GUI Event Viewer saying

HEMDP0335W: No relationships shown for data sources(s) ‘NCOMS’ because one or more required relationship columns do not exist. Check that the relationship columns ‘Identifier’ and ‘ParentIdentifier’ exist in the data source(s).

I checked in ObjectServer and ‘ParentIdentifier’ is not available.

I looked at OMNIbus 8.1 admin guide here

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSSHTQ_8.1.0/com.ibm.netcool_OMNIbus.doc_8.1.0/omnibus/wip/common/reference/omn_ref_tab_alertsstatus.html

It looks to me that ‘ParentIdentifier’ is added from OMNIbus 8.1 FP2. My OMNIbus is in FP7 but ‘ParentIdentifier’ is still not there.

What is happening ? How do I get ‘ParentIdentifier’ added into ObjectServer ?

Related:

IIB High CPU usage after upgrade

At the beginning of this week, we have started experiencing problems with very high CPU usage on two different execution groups on two different brokers. Both brokers are running on IBM Integration Bus 10.0.0.7 and both brokers were updated from 10.0.0.1

When we stop all message flows on either execution group, CPU usage goes down to near zero. However, starting any message flow makes that particular group shoot up in CPU usage back into those heights.

Related:

exception ‘java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:com.micromuse.common.confpack.FilePermsJNI’ when running nco_confpack

Environment :

OMNIbus 7.4

OMNIbus 8.1

The issue is observed in an environment when migrating from OMNIbus 7.2.X to 7.4 or 8.1. After OMNIbus 7.4 or 8.1 is installed, the following error occurs when using nco_confpack to import 7.2.X ObjectServer configuration to 7.4 or 8.1 ObjectServer:

# nco_confpack -import -package -user -password -server

Exeception in thread “main” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
com.micromuse.common.confpack.FilePermsJNI (initialization failure) at java.lang.J9VMInternals.initialize (J9VMInternals.java:140) at com.micromuse.common.confpack.FileIOHelper.setFilePermsOnSystem(FileIOHelper.java:623)
…………………………………….
caused by: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: FilePermsJNI (/opt/IBM/tivoli/netcool/omnibus/platform/linux2x86/lib/libFilePermsJNI:wrong ELF class: ELFCALSS32) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibraryWithPath(CalssLoader.java:1018)

Related: