SCOM 2019 UR6 is available

Microsoft has released UR6 for SCOM 2019 this week.

The article is found here Update Rollup 6 for System Center 2019 Operations Manager – Microsoft Support on the System Center Blog. This will bring the KB5035285 version to 10.19.10649.0 for the server and 10.19.10253.0 for the agents.

This time we see a number of fixes, improvements, additions for Linux monitoring (newer distros supported).

UR6 msp files: Download the Operations Manager update package now.

UR6 exe file: Catalog location

Linux/UNIX MP: Download System Center 2019 Management Pack for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems from Official Microsoft Download Center

What does this update contain? I will copy some text from Microsoft’s site mentioned near the top of this post below:

Issues that are fixed

Operations Manager 2019 Update Rollup 6 includes fixes for the following issues: 

  • Fixed an issue which reported High CPU in MOMPerfSnapshotHelper due to shutdown in aspnet_perf.dll by TerminateProcess instead of normal return.
  • Fixed 13 Reports displaying GB (Chinese) characters incorrectly.
  • Fixed GB characters from GB18030-2022 version which were not displaying in Alert Description field on Create Monitor/rule Wizard.

Security Enhancements

  • Addressed multiple security vulnerabilities and enhancements w.r.t Linux agent.
  • Added support for compiler-mitigated Linux Agent.
  • Disabled HTTP tracing to mitigate potential misuse.

Unix/Linux/Network monitoring fixes and changes

  • Added support for new Linux distributions including Alma 9, Rocky 9, and Debian 12.
  • Resolved an issue with Apache MP where the Apache product version was not correctly returned on SLES 15/OpenSUSE 15.
  • Addressed Linux agent installation problems when SeLinux is disabled on the agent machine.
  • Fixed Linux agent installation issues on Solaris 10X86 caused by outdated references to OpenSSL.
  • Resolved a query failure issue due to the filter size exceeding 64 symbols.
  • Fixed leap day issues identified by CodeQL analysis.
  • Resolved a memory leak problem in the Linux agent, which previously led to unresponsiveness.
  • Fixed an issue causing OMIAgent to use 100% CPU.
  • Addressed a problem where timeouts were not functioning correctly when the elevation type was set to Sudo.
  • Fixed the problem of extended OMI uninstallation.

I will be updating again and will also reflect the changes in the TopQore SCOM Health Check.

Bob Cornelissen