HP (Hewlett-Packard) Hewlett-Packard Laptop 7.2 user manual

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HP Version Control Repository Manager 7.2
User Guide
HP Part Number: 367261-404
Published: March 2013
Edition: 1

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© Copyright 2004, 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR 12.211 and 12.212, Commercial Computer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government under vendor's standard commercial license. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services

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Contents 1 Product overview........................................................................................5 2 Getting started...........................................................................................7 Logging in...............................................................................................................................7 Logging out...........................................................................................................................

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6 Documentation feedback...........................................................................50 Glossary....................................................................................................51 Index.........................................................................................................53 4 Contents

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1 Product overview The HP Version Control Repository Manager (HP VCRM) is a repository that stores the software and firmware components used to support ProLiant servers on Windows and Linux platforms. By default, the HP VCRM is installed on the HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM). However, you can specify a custom repository directory or install HP VCRM on a different server. You can use the HP VCRM as a central point to define software baselines and to automate the installation and change manag

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• Multithreaded file download functionality: HP VCRM enables handling the client download requests using multiple threads. The default thread count is 5. Four threads handle four download requests, and one thread responds busy status to other download requests. • Operating System selection screen to configure VCRM to download only Integrity Support Pack and Service Pack for ProLiant for the selected Operating systems. • HP VCRM Command Line Interface: The HP VCRM CLI provides a Command Line Inte

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2 Getting started To start using the HP Version Control Repository Manager (HP VCRM), use the following steps as a guideline for installing and configuring your machines properly: The recommended installation for the HP VCRM is on a single system that has a reliable, high-performance network connection between it and all managed systems that have the Version Control Agent installed. If the Auto Update feature is being used, that system must have Internet access. 1. Verify that your system meets

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Related topics Getting started Logging out Logging out Log out of the HP Version Control Repository Manager (HP VCRM) to prevent someone from accessing your active session if you walk away. To log out of the GUI: 1. Click the VCRMSystem Home page link in the HP SMH page. 2. Click Sign out on the HP SMH page. 3. Close the Web browser. Related topics Logging in About software repositories The practice of updating HP Service Pack for ProLiant , and Components from a single or multiple repositories

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Displaying the current HP VCRM settings From the command prompt, enter the following command: vcrmcli.exe /show The command displays the current settings of the HP Version Control Repository Manager in XML format. NOTE: HP VCRM is restarted while executing vcrmcli.exe file. NOTE: The displayed XML output may contain Proxy server password. Selecting the operating systems to download HP Service Pack for ProLiant From the command prompt, enter the following command: vcrmcli.exe /os "OS version" The

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The command configures the HP VCRM repository directory to the new location while retaining all of the other settings. Example: vcrmcli.exe /repository c:\new repository  The command configures the HP VCRM repository directory to c:\new repository. NOTE: HP VCRM is restarted while executing vcrmcli.exe file. NOTE: Specify the values for the parameters in double quotation marks (""). Initializing the update from the web From the command prompt, enter the following command: vcrmcli.exe /updatenow

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/proxyname proxy.domain.com "proxy.domain.com" specifies the name or IPv4 of the proxy server to use for autodownload /proxyport 1234 "1234" specifies the port number for the given proxy name /proxyuser   specifies the user name for authenticating the proxy server /proxypwd specifies the password for the given proxy user name NOTE: If/proxyuser argument has a valid user name and/proxypwd is not used as argument, vcrmcli.exe prompts the user for a password during execution. The command configures

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2. Navigate to the directory that contains a HP Service Pack for ProLiant, ProLiant and Integrity Support Packs, and click OK or Cancel to abort the selection. All Support Packs found in the selected directory are added to the list shown in the Initial Repository Configuration dialog box. You can choose as many directories as you want, and then delete any Support Packs from the list you do not want to be copied. 3. Click Next. The Download HP ProLiant and HP Integrity Support Packs for Operating

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8. Click Close. The installation is complete. Note: You can install the HP VCRM during the Systems Insight Manager installation. Refer to the S y s t e ms Insi gh t Manage r ins t allati o n U s e r Gui de for more details. Also remember, that in a network, HP VCRM must be installed on only one system, but the VCA must be installed on all servers. NOTE: When you configure for automatic and periodic update of the repository from HP website, the HP VCRM initially downloads the ISO files and extrac

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5. The CSP directory contains a Linux directory for Linux-related Support Packs and a Windows NT® directory that contains components, support packs, and XML files in a self-extractable executable called cpfiles.exe. Execute cpfiles.exe and provide the path for example, c:\temp to extract the files for each supported operating system. Click Linux or extracted path depending on the type of Support Packs with which you want to populate your repository. 6. After you have opened one of the directorie

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c:\temp to extract the files for each supported operating system. Click Linux or extracted path depending on the type of Support Packs with which you want to populate your repository. 6. After you have opened one of the directories, select all of the HP Service Pack for ProLiant files, click Edit from the Windows Explorer toolbar, and select Copy. 7. From Windows Explorer, navigate to the repository directory, for example,c:\repository. Click the repository directory. 8. From the Microsoft Windo

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3 Navigating the software You can access the HP Version Control Repository Manager (HP VCRM) by navigating to https://:2381/vcrepository, or you can access it from the Version Control status box on the HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH). The HP VCRM provides an interface that enables you to easily navigate through the HP SMH main pages: • Home • Catalog • Reports • Archive • Log • Help Procedures Configuring auto update Creating a custom software baseline About Version Control Re

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By default, Internet Explorer security settings block some actions performed by the HP VCRM. To correctly configure Internet Explorer security settings, HP recommends that you add the HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH) URL to Internet Explorer's Local Intranet. To add the HP SMH to Internet Explorer's Local Intranet: 1. From Internet Explorer, click Tools→Internet Options. 2. Click the Security tab. The Security tab appears. 3. Select the Local Intranet icon. 4. Click Sites.... The Local Int

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Overview of statistics The Statistics section displays how many HP Service Pack for ProLiant, ProLiant and Integrity Support Packs, Custom Software Baselines and component available in repository. Overview of software baselines The Software Baselines section lists all of the HP Service Pack for ProLiant, ProLiant and Integrity Support Packs that the HP VCRM has cataloged in the repository. If a HP Service Pack for ProLiant, ProLiant and Integrity Support Packs has a Minor status icon displayed w

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Creating a custom software baseline Configuring auto update You can change the Repository Directory settings if you are logged in to the HP SMH with operator or administrator privileges. However, the maximum length of the path to the Repository Directory is 128 characters. NOTE: Automatic update downloads software from HP based on the operating systems of HP Version Control Agent(HP VCA) that are configured to use this HP Version Control Repository Manager (HP VCRM) for status and software updat

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5. Click Next. The Automatic Update Settings page appears. a. Select the Enable automatic downloading of new HP Service Pack for ProLiant, ProLiant and Integrity Support Packs and components from Hewlett-Packard's website at a specified interval and time option if you want the repository to automatically update. Note: If you select the option to automatically receive updates, the Download schedule settings enable you to configure the frequency and times that you want to automatically update. b.


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