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  1. Prerequisite Scanner Team Sprint Demo Prerequisite Scanner Sprint 6 Demo IBM Prerequisite Scanner Team June 28, 2012

  2. Key Accomplishments • PRS 1.2.0.0 published on FixCentral and iRAM (story 28070) - Globalization support for Tpae (story 28068) - KMQ support: WebSphere MQ Monitoring Agent (story 27849) - KQI support: WebSphere Message Broker Monitoring Agent (story 25392) • Provides health check scenario support eco-system (story 28071) • Environment variable set check (story 27901) • osdp installation prereq check top 3 scenarios support (story 28072) • SeaMonkey browser version check (story 27976) • User passed in single property check requirements and design (story 28214) Demo Demo Demo

  3. Demo 1 - Health check scenario eco-system support • Supported health check scenarios • inactive: product installed, but not started on the system  most cases applies to configuration checking • active: product installed & running on the system  most cases applies to operational checking • Optional command line arguments -health [inactive|active] • Health check results • <PRS_HOME>/result_health_[inactive|active].txt • <PRS_HOME>/result_health_[inactive|active].xml

  4. Demo 1 - Health check scenario eco-system support • Health check logs • <PRS_HOME>/health_[inactive|active].log • Health check configuration files • Location <PRS_HOME>/[UNIX_Linux|Windows]/cfg/health/ • codename.cfg • <prodcode>_<prod_version>.cfg • Sample config file # properties in the following section should only be checked for "-health active" scenario [Health:active] db2.version=v9.7+ # properties in the following section should only be checked for "-health inactive" scenario [Health:inactive] internetExplorer.version=8.0+

  5. Demo 1 - Health check scenario eco-system support • Live demo • Next step • Identify high priority health checks to be implemented • White paper creation on how to extend PRS to add health checks • Call to action – use PRS for your products’ health check

  6. Demo 2 – Environment variable set check • Stage 1 work of Java and JRE version check • What does this check do Identify whether an environment variable is set or not. • Windows supports 4 types of environment variables 1) User -- Applies to the user currently logged on to the computer and is saved between logoffs and restarts 2) System -- Applies to all users of the computer and is saved between logoffs and restarts 3) Volatile -- Applies to current logon session and is not saved between logoffs and restarts 4) Process -- Applies to current process and might be passed to child processes • Unix supports environment variable set check for global variables • Property name, valid value • Property name: env.var.set.<variable name> • Valid value: True|False • On windows [type:<type>] used to specify types. Default is “Process”. For example: env.var.set.JAVA_HOME[type:User]=True

  7. Demo 3 – SeaMonkey browser version check • What does this check do • checks for a specific version of SeaMonkey on the machine • requirement is for Linux platforms only • Property name and value • Property name: os.SeaMonkeyVersion • Valid value: numeric format, for example: 2.10 • special characters can be used to represent types of ranges: • 2.10+ check for version 2.10 or higher • 2.* version can be 2.0, 2.1, 2,2, etc Example: os.SeaMonkeyVersion=2.10+

  8. What is PRS A lightweight and easy-to-usescanning tool to automate prerequisite checks for single or multiple products in a solution • Automated and standardized prerequisite checking solution across products and deployment types • Simplicity of use and lightweight solution • Improve TTV, with ready-to-use out-of-the-box predefined checks • Extensibility to expand coverage easily in the field IBM Prerequisite Scanner Key Benefits & Differentiator

  9. Completed sprint 6 stories Story: As part of OSDP helath checking, investigate the ability to run a single check (28236)Story: as admin services team, I would like PRS to design to support our user scenarios for pre and post installation (28214)Story: osdp installation prereq check support stage2 work (28072)Story: add post-install health check support to PRS as officially supported feature (28071)Story: release PRS 1.2 to FixCentral (28070)Story: remove user's guide from PRS release build (28068)Feature request: SeaMonkey webbrowser version check support (27976)Publish KMQ and KQI agent support to FixCentral (27849)Story: as KMQ agent adopter team, I would like PRS to smoke test KMQ agent support (26419)Story: Add coverage for KMQ and KQI Agent (25392)Feature Request :  Environment variable is set, for example, JAVA_HOME (27901)Add TADDM coverage to support Gulf Breeze Transparent Dev (26442)Story: Evaluate ITM remote deploy training to support GTS engagements (28232)Story: Evaluate existing Oracle prereq scripts for reuse in PRS (28238)Story: For IBM Services engagments, I want to check for Oracle prerequisites as part of the solution (27877)Story: To support GTS PI2 engagement activity, add TADDM, TSAM, ORACLE coverage (28237)