Updated rhsc-setup-plugins, org.ovirt.engine-root, otopi, nagios-server-addons,and rhsc-doc packages that fix multiple bugs and adds various enhancements arenow available for Red Hat Storage Console 3.

Red Hat Storage Console is a powerful and simple web based Graphical UserInterface for managing a Red Hat Storage environment. It helps storageadministrators to easily create and manage multiple storage pools. This advisory fixes the following bugs: * Previously, incorrect status was displayed for disconnected network interface.With this fix, the Nagios plug-in checks whether the interface is up and runningand displays the correct status. (BZ#1110804)* Previously, disks that form bricks were monitored redundantly in both diskutilization and brick utilization service as Disk utilization service monitoredall the disks available in the system. With this fix, redundant monitoring ofdisks is avoided as disk utilization monitors only / , /boot , /home , /var,and /usr mount points. (BZ#1135983)* Previously, adding brick to pure replicate volume by increasing replica countfailed from Red Hat Storage Console. With this fix, the replica count of avolume can be increased in Add Bricks UI and new bricks can be added to thevolume. (BZ#1143828)* A new command ‘configure-gluster-nagios’ is added to create Nagiosconfigurations to monitor Red Hat Storage nodes. The ‘configure-gluster-nagios’command can be used instead of running ‘discovery.py’ script. (BZ#1164682)* Previously, a warning message that support for creating replicate volume withreplica count=3 is in technology preview was displayed in Red Hat StorageConsole. With this fix, the warning message is removed as creation of replicatevolume with replica count=3 is now fully supported. (BZ#1186332)* Previously, during the initial set up of the Red Hat Storage Console setuptool, if you disable the monitoring feature and later enable it using’rhsc-monitoring enable’ command, the answer file in the Red Hat Storage Consolesetup tool file did not get updated with the new value. Consequently, if youupgrade the Red Hat Storage Console and execute the Red Hat Storage Consolesetup again, it looks for the value in the answer file and finds that monitoringis not enabled and accordingly sets it to the disabled state. With this fix,during every run of ‘rhsc-setup’ command, a message is displayed asking if theuser wants to enable monitoring. (BZ#1166563)* Previously, Red Hat Storage 3.0.3 node could not be added to Red HatEnterprise Virtualization 3.5 cluster. With this fix, the vdsm packages areupdated to the latest version and now Red Hat Storage 3.0.4 node can be added in3.5 cluster version of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.5. But in Red HatStorage console 3.0.4, the maximum cluster version supported is 3.4 and Red HatStorage 3.0.4 node can be added as part of 3.4 cluster. (BZ#1181032)This update also adds the following enhancement: * An enhancement has been made to Brick Utilization service to monitor thin-poolmetadata utilization in case of thinly provisioned LVs. (BZ#1167771)All users of Red Hat Storage Console are advised to install these updatedpackages.
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released erratarelevant to your system have been applied.This update is available via the Red Hat Network. Details on how touse the Red Hat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/site/articles/11258Red Hat Storage Management Console 3.0

SRPMS:
nagios-server-addons-0.1.14-1.el6rhs.src.rpm
    MD5: ffe0795dd654b93eec9c3969a86e0ec9SHA-256: 985b71d4efffe43d2febaa7210224d6b19e1d88a26e3e1ddddb74a834fd2cbbe
otopi-1.2.3-1.el6ev.src.rpm
    MD5: 03e1c11186fea279bbb50b116bb8843fSHA-256: ccf2783fba9b4175f07d3d584b74968624945fcd8a88607cafca79aa60c23c41
python-pthreading-0.1.3-3.el6ev.src.rpm
    MD5: e31c91ecab137adc9d40ef6bad6b955bSHA-256: c0cdc55d8c0c74ad27f33a2e9121c7281b5d6f8b6f3d09e17a87f2cd14a4f4f0
rhsc-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.src.rpm
    MD5: ba1025ef1239fb3c46d71c010cd525dfSHA-256: 249e834cc84d912d8623c2503189f29211132fab7c383e6be745be5012fe0744
rhsc-doc-3.0.4-4.el6rhs.src.rpm
    MD5: eb75c2cc33de9726df15da435dd0fcabSHA-256: 3e73789e806129a37486dcc18f0a36c619b1a393cca358269077a6cd20a168da
rhsc-setup-plugins-3.0.4-1.2.el6rhs.src.rpm
    MD5: c99fcc10b89fa6f566c2204d3f2b538eSHA-256: 757301a7f9740a2545d09939e09b8799a0948838299314ac72ce835b19b07341
 
x86_64:
nagios-server-addons-0.1.14-1.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: d5f5a397cb41a796afe6964a2ab6b6adSHA-256: 256ab04e42fed3b5aa984711982f489156a73950480dcbbce50f8b4593c857dd
otopi-1.2.3-1.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: ef3f6996ec494a0907bc20d13ca31826SHA-256: 35f6f1567370c493513f9da496d87ede7b2b5b2d50c137a11faefb2787aa9d8f
otopi-devtools-1.2.3-1.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: d1b3d2f854f379d7f2bdf48d2221b30cSHA-256: c48bb9f8007b92d6a932cd8818e1d60cf38fb63f8e03037dbffedb2fbdae82d0
otopi-java-1.2.3-1.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 4e4232d632fa156686212459bb67819aSHA-256: bf51761ee6b2e5e5a5ccbfc3ea80db0e1e86fa1b47c05d265bdb8f59519975e6
otopi-repolib-1.2.3-1.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 15d1ff6f3bcd3e61a25a61a98d5099dfSHA-256: 7cc34542cb086f7d8485ce15d4b5f0a802d773ef6d419982d5c218aace3e90d7
python-pthreading-0.1.3-3.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: c4599740c1b1553533355bc5239a1e6dSHA-256: 68981bef86a6b06417444736b11311dbcecf669bee725cbedf68c74867ea50b6
rhsc-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 4ce1f9e62249eb606fe07bc43a03163fSHA-256: c998cfcb344095ded7623c429661a1c6bc954e881968161db06d4cae649a034c
rhsc-backend-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 805af7cf18cf5b8240e8aa71f9c27468SHA-256: 4728688e80424a160b667e73df451ea365bdf2f643bcfbe19f34a499eccbef0f
rhsc-dbscripts-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: d56ed7de716a26de2c6b29bc7bdefd57SHA-256: 61a014350e57d4fa67d2d132ca164294a5d2e3c4365ef99f0c9b6ba74687900e
rhsc-doc-3.0.4-4.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 6f5f112dc4a9defd9209698581a6fb6cSHA-256: 908dc2c7af3c8f5d5e2471cc46f8b6b61ce351e4e9c07bb46527f9c4158850bb
rhsc-lib-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: b6fac8be67b458483239c7ebc5033314SHA-256: f302dd06572af892e0646e165f1b58f036565e331b78e0eaebb22104aebd56c1
rhsc-restapi-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: f9d804a8afe8788680802c37fac826d4SHA-256: c469d521adf5031d76e8407a19460baabb6a3fa655deda1fae125b51978b35eb
rhsc-setup-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: f3f8883348950789137ac640515d63c3SHA-256: f8eeb14e1dbbab47d14825385f1ab3f0e91fb5d04b31da927a2712b4f1c64f81
rhsc-setup-base-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 4b4d2f0d7f09087eafcb01ee2e89641eSHA-256: 80a1b0bd0e49bc666227b2d9cbdc7380647440e53d28a0a5547d1457bf9e7ffc
rhsc-setup-plugin-ovirt-engine-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 58a05855f250c7ccca46c61756d2a4f1SHA-256: 800e258486a0e9ef637cb382543e377ea63402164f07df8b10dd921babb933e2
rhsc-setup-plugin-ovirt-engine-common-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 883e79ac53363aeee0223fb4db6ecf55SHA-256: da2ab4039601f45f96d01669e340ac9c8f480a936e99cdee8bdea9799a7aa268
rhsc-setup-plugins-3.0.4-1.2.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: eae256e79049c050100025f713b9ead1SHA-256: fbdb224bee095707a0e6c5179a105f4bf2682f9eb23aa0e03504368222e0903d
rhsc-tools-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 467a2c0c92fc8827072ab87edca10deeSHA-256: ae8aa83dcd3fdf5c856a8cfcf948c049c9fcee49443f305042b55cc91e9bb502
rhsc-webadmin-portal-3.0.4-1.25.el6rhs.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 000d0a221f8ecf63a35bbb868fdc4411SHA-256: e0d262a23779c9cc40d3ebc5a9c9adc835e6e5fb12367e3a042f8e5cc5890836
 
Red Hat Storage Server 3.0

SRPMS:
ioprocess-0.14.0-3.el6ev.src.rpm
    MD5: e4a10ff19aef6d1f7da532875587ec2aSHA-256: a16c3713d312787df912bd71c79bb9ba748dacdc3f6ec78192df702f4b6f71e8
python-pthreading-0.1.3-3.el6ev.src.rpm
    MD5: e31c91ecab137adc9d40ef6bad6b955bSHA-256: c0cdc55d8c0c74ad27f33a2e9121c7281b5d6f8b6f3d09e17a87f2cd14a4f4f0
 
x86_64:
ioprocess-0.14.0-3.el6ev.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: eaaf69b7a3d625fd6ffc91b9ca660ff2SHA-256: ec7b66c001022b0932a27aa5fd4433e84618ab2b7806d9fb2ce0658ef2dd8fb2
python-ioprocess-0.14.0-3.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: dfd0d6af94f55a7576b8334fa3cb28d1SHA-256: 12733f18e300a25106c1a8fde7c23d7f2819329147ef24b2a6471805c924c596
python-pthreading-0.1.3-3.el6ev.noarch.rpm
    MD5: c4599740c1b1553533355bc5239a1e6dSHA-256: 68981bef86a6b06417444736b11311dbcecf669bee725cbedf68c74867ea50b6
 
(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)
1110804 – [Nagios] Network interface is shown as up even if it is disconnected1135983 – [Nagios] Disk utilization service need not monitor disks that are already monitored as part of brick utilization service1143828 – [RHSC] Adding brick to pure replicate volume by increasing replica count fails from Console1164682 – [RFE] Add a command to run auto discovery and mention that command as part of rhsc-setup summary to the user.1166563 – [RHSC] rhsc-setup after upgrade does not check if monitoring is enabled or disabled currently, and configures monitoring as it was setup previously1167771 – [Nagios] RFE: Brick utilization service should monitor the thin-pool metadata utilization in case of thinly provisioned LVs1177883 – [New] – Missing help links for Add/Edit volume options, configure and About .1186332 – Remove the tech preview warning note when replica count is = 3.1197983 – rhsc-setup should restart nagios service, instead of starting it

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